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The Courier has a Spankin' Good Team Grease the Jlxhs at Your Wagon. Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up WHOLE NO. irER "w til -- no. WESTERN KEHTOOIT ir HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1009. EBTABMBHED IH THE TEAR 1HIMI 34 (is I You WbTf Know What Stylish Clothes Until You See The Great ShdlPoina Hart Schaffner & Marx Have Prepared For Us I I I T'S really a pleasure to us to offer you such clothes as these, we know howgood they are; wc know that you are - certain to find them satisfying. All-wool is a very important consid- eration; you'll find a lot of clothes being offered that are part or all cotton; you're sure of disappointment in such goods. You'll find it pays to be sure of the quality; and finding the Hart Schaffner & Marx name in the goods is a sure way to be sure; nothing but under that name. all-wool ho will introduce President Taft to nn audience of 10.000 in Hickman on the 26th of this month '3 gorge. A comploto lino of concroto walks .. Ugm at onco on tho ltu- now connects tho city with tho near cfrrn-- -' U'lfti ft... Ih nifin.trllnti est approach of this bridge From jcaisi cf WaAtrt Addition to Hick- tho far aldo a similar walk will bo laid which will havo no break In con . ji i. . .i llon, otcd Ly Col. C. L. Walker. ncctlng with tho now placo. Thcso concroto walks will also bo laid to and In front of every lot Included In tho survey. Mr. 'Walker h'as not akluiped In tho 1:( ouy bLt and level, but Die- - allowanco for streets nnd nlleyn all of amplo dimensions and afford easy Vl'crk AJUITION TO DE OPENED. Correct style is important; good tailor ing is important; right fit is necessary. Get all of these things here. We guarantee them all, in these clothes. Rich colors and patterns; and blue serges, also. Suits CopjTljlit 1909 bj I .... Hut Schifrner"& mHT . Overcoats $20 $18jo$5 to $25 access to either front or rear of all lots. Klcctrlc lights aro also Included In bo Lid U I... ... nlniA nut ri tMt. l"iu ...111 htl U kuu iul tho list of Improvements. Tho Hick' rj mi me uuvauiagcs mat man Ico & Cool Co. will erect n sub' -- i it. i.a u uiu uean 01 uiu city: atanttal lino to tho canter of tho ad dition a lino with abundant capacity for both street and resldunco lights. 'S83r..in Lome Thu tironortv linn Tho Homo Telcphono Co. will bo on hand to tako caro of tho "first setccanca r. Hickman, need cot ha tler," In tho matter of lelrca, iron tho runintnut cnrmir nf lie place, tho postofflco may bo Probably tho most important factor IWtted in - In I . mtniit... ivnllr In tho Improvement lino will bo wa TU larg ravlno between tho city tcr. For this purposo water mains sl the n w addition will ho upanncd will bo put in and tho lines will pass In front of each lot. The main lino .. In -. I. 1.. will bo 4 inch and tho distributors 3 " u cave a tendency to add to inch plpo. Water will, of couruo, bo IBS rirr t l,nn..iH ... 1. i i furnished by tho city plnnt. Thcso At lis hlghst point, till structure plpos, it will bo observed, aro largo HI be many feet In thn nlr Thli enough to accomodato Wise also eliminate nn old Whllo this deal bus "hung flro" fwbls experienced In reaching Mr. months, Its consumatlon is Wilkert place, that of crossing this now assured; us sufficient lots havo nii:.ppi Ttj riu-- r kjrer. uiinU Mens Funishings We are now showing a and line of up-to-da- te which will ..Clothing for Boys and Young Men.. Our fall showing of Clothing for boys and young men is now complete in every respect. "Silver" and "Ide" Shirta The assortments, styles and qualities are larger Underwear, Gloves Neckwear, Vests "Interwoven" Socks Beaver and Longley and better than ever before and will certainly please both mother and boy. Bring the boys and let us fit them in the kind of clothes that you'll not find elsewhere. ft I,.-- 1 firo-plug- In fact everything carried by a first-cla- ss men's store. Knickerbocker Suits Young Mens Suits $2.50 to $7 $5 to $18 J&yDo Ache? "ATI ilAL issssW h SMITH way AMBEHC residences will bo erected thero this Suffice to say thero wero hats, hats, year. hati all shapes, sizes, colors and And watch her grow. ouo of tho most tempting displays over. Been In Hickman. It Is a way O this progressive firm havo of dolug, MILLINERY OPENING. & silAI't." WAY THE -- OTIIEir Its easy to diagnose your case Ill-filli- ng shoes. Wc are shoe filters, and Florsheim "Natural ohape" lasts are a positive cure for foot ills. PRICES: $4.00, $4.50 and $5.00 I been sold to warrant tho venturo. Work will begin ou tho Improve tucnts next week. Tho Vlncennes Drldgo Co., of India nn, will havo an export hero this week to tako up tho bridge proposition. Tho steol Is now being milled. J. A Mooro, superintendent of tho Muugel Uox Co., one of tho best follows we ovur know, will havo supervision of tho concroto walk construction. WUIIj thero aro soveral thousand feet of walk to lay, Mr. .Mooro thinks the work will all bo completed this month To say that ho looks after this work. Is to say that It will bo douo right. Cotton & Adams aro making mous ureinonts relative to tho big plumbing Job. aud it Is nocdless'to say that tho water supply will bo right up to BUUtC. It might also bo noted that ho has placed certain restrictions upon this property which will bo appreciated. Negroes cannot rent or owu this property; no residences aro to bo built which cost less than $1,000; no surfaco closots, etc., all made Ironclad by terms of contract. It this will not bo one of tho most desirable places to own a homo in Western Kentucky why not? Wo know of oiio Instance already of a mau offering one of tho lot pur--( hascrs a good bonus for a six months option on one of those lots, at an Increase of $50 above tho purchase prlcq, Tho owner rofuseil to glvo tho option. 'Mr. Walkor has sold lota to tho following: It. T. Tyler, J. A. Mooro, tion. you uuow. SMITH AMIiCRO Mr. Walkor Is leaving nothing undone that will add to tho couvonlonco and attractiveness of his now addi Aruborg's millinery opening tho lattor part of tho week was a brilliant affair and attracted n largo peoplo as well number of ns Illckmanltes. Tho decorations nnd general display on this occasion prompted no end of compliments, which were well morlted. Uesldes th stunning windows, filled with fash-Ion'- s latest decree, tho whole store was tastily arranged In keeping with tho occasion. Tho millinery depart uioul, which Is now situated In tho largo balcony recently built for tho W. A. Dodds, S. L. Dodds, Hd Adams, purposo, was a wilderness of pretty A. 13. Dollow, Dr. C. W. Curlln. J. C. bonnets; aud wo feel our weakness of descriptive powers too keenly to attioxtou aud W. U 8 peer. It l4 probable that two or three tempt to tell you all that wo taw. Smith O LEASED PRICE HOUSE. House, property of Mrs. I. U. I'rlcc. of this city, and will coutiuuo th. business at tho old sta'nd. Mr. Kirk aud wlfo nru thoroug' 1. competent to look after the he 1 business and sustain tho reputation vf this well known hostelry. Mrs. I'rleo will tuko u much ueisi v ed rust. O IIollls Kirk has leased tho Price John Wright and Sid Ilamby havo opened a pool room In tho lluruett building, ou Clinton street. Mao Held will havo charge of tho business. THE HICKMAN COURIER WHEAT JUMPS Carsrs Western Kentucky Llkt Ihe Dw" TOO HIS DIG NEPHEW I 252 MANY BODIES ARE FOUND When did chasoT I r W. 0. STEER nnd J. 0. BEXTOIs", Edltori and Proprietors. DAYS OF OLD HUTCH, CUD AH Y, l'AIlTIlIDOK HEOALLED, Shock Cam Out of CUar Sky Cor ner Was Cleanest Cut for Many Ytara. tCoprrUht. W9 f STRIPPED OP CLOTHING AND ARK UNIDENTIFIED. euriuk n,.lR,( n, c ( lliii.,. '"n-n- j aui.tier you r?.r.. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR cash i.i auvach. Entered at the Hlckmsn, Kentucky, mall matter. postoSlce a second-claa- . Relief Expedition Feeds Over 000 People Who War in Starr. Ids Condition. New Orleans, .a- .- never used It ,' . tttj-- l ,,J Mis- t1 1 "dch. i, Try ". I" tshe iV. ,: The lotnl death roll aw wc Vtut from the hurricane of last Mrndsy i now 'it. And that represents only Ore, Kna-w- h;,known tleatl. N-- relics now lielng rnndt llr found n i .m , " . Ba ia. by relief expeditions In the stretches f LINKING THE BRITISH EMPIRE marshes and lowlands In Tcrre Ikinii and IjiKoiiiiIio parishes will in.lmilite.lly Marconi Has Plan to Connect Impor. reveal more mauallles. tant Polnta by Means of A section gang working on the touts. Wlreleai. vllle railroad found thirty-siludies Dunbsr and ClallMirne, all ot them William Marconi In trying to get the almost slilpctl of clothing, ami llrltlsh government Interested In with nothing lo Identify them. scheme by which ho would link the llrltlsh empire around tho globe, a The Islands on the southeast roail ol Ixindon dlspntch to the New ork iMitilslana and trie lowlands nesrbr were Times Rays. He would first establish visited, sod while there na great de communication between Knglnnd and struction of Ixiats and hnnsrs, Iher was by covering n dlstntico of Austrnll.i tut loss of life there. about 13,000 miles by 11 wireless stn A. ('ardima, Vtho went on a relief e tlons. Thcso sccUods he sets out as prdltion In the losser streteh of Iktyoti 'ollows: Ijshonrche, going as far south as lee- Bla as You. Uncle Sarr. Kngland, Maltn. Cnlro, Aden, Ilbm rllle, at the mntith of the lis vim. renorts Ctirprlliv! vlioP .1 buy, Colombo, Singapore. Perth, Ade ".juiui,, - intrn'J w'1" coriilitlon etistini; there IK LIIIIU VIA YLKr s J I laide, Sidney nnd Wellington, In N'ow I UUIl "JS they fe.1 30tl ople, who were In a Yfgciame compound Zealand. iiarsing romuiion, wiinotii iinmcs ana "Hranching from this chain at Slnga Paw Paw, .1..ILI... ..11 .iv UMiiiuiK. " UToaniTtlT TTTTirnra pore," explained Mr. Marconi, "would I s.n -,i,a, , 1W1,, bo the link to China a 1,600 mllo serv , . ..... .. I is..i ' ,MT .l.w .uiiiiv 11 UlI II...... I UUIl'ltr IWll'll INI ce between Singapore nnd Hongkong. near the mouth, seventeen meinlwrs of I inn . " S1 H ir Mr, Marconi has mapped out two Sky Drllllantly Illumlnatsd at Early a family we re drowned In one house, and routes to South Africa, one leading Morning- - Hour llulldlngs Shake. that the neighbors surviving hsd to lniri. from Aden to .Mombasa, Durban nnd March Afoot. the wrecked building and cremate the ricturss Fait From Wall. hoKforcietto tape Town, and the other from Kng- $100,000,000 FOR DRAINAGE bodies lo avoid disease. land to Hathurst, Sierra Leone, St. New lork. Through streets ablate Helena and Cape Town. Thus, an ul it. IaiuIs. A sliclit esrthuiiake was He says that the drowned cattle, hogs nn Dunung ami linetl wlin the greatest lelt here ami through Southeastern Mis aixl uthcr animals are Winning to on IdaCocxci',.! iernato route to India could ho se- Tifteen Million Acres In the Delta to ttlfy nose that the water has teeedc.l Be Reclaimed. ronus e.ier eathercU in New York, SO.- - ouri early MnnJay cured, with Cape Town ns n great ft wc!l ir:rrin s and that the atmnspherc Is very foul. Washington. That during the next 000 men nnd 54 (louts iaraded Tuesday Villages west of St. Louis reported the . central station. t' There are a thousand refitgses In Houelore envovs of 21 nations, riatticlpatiiii destruction of Ho points out that tho wifeless few year perhaps $30,000,000 or few eliimnevs and in Itellef will be spent for the drainage of In the Iludson-Kultothe west end of this eltv. the residence m, 'h" f" celebration. communication with the western hem Orleans to Hon From One Hundred and Tenth street district, many sleeisers were svsaVrnml. ' tinlt isphere Is already modo by stations the alluvial region of the loner. Mis- 'f"" know what tliat w cdcr'J ma arid Cl'iigtessman Hrotissard lis a- long t'cntral Park, vsest, Kit tynlnth t Cllfden, Ireland and Glaco Uny. I.ssippi is the opinion of Arthur K. Mor , uape urcton, a dljtanco of 2,500 miles gan, supervising drainage, engineer, who trect and donn Mfth avenue to Wash fs i Uv.iu i jj ma (if rtil in iifiuuii 01conimarvUhl, wsi iiociors in IL.otiH tw; Also In my imperial chain," he has submitted to his dejiartment u com- ington .Sjuarn in the lower part of the SpringtlelJ, III. During an earth- ' n:i OTenU- -i to added, "Is a station at Montreal ity, the route of the luirada and a dis InusLe shock here early Monday mom Meiauesl Irt lake charge ol the teller in to prehensive report on the alluvial lit.id ig 1 WJA ? "7'".V'U '"uv .I.....1..H..; .il- -l that sshIIoii. . omraunlcate with Jamaica. 1,900 miles of the lower Mississippi valley nnd their an co of irpral inilM. it Is rstltnslml iih IIim Mln.t.i way, nnd also with llrltlsh Guiana tlrainnge. The report shows that in the that morn than 2.000 Odll ihm.i.I. ,..ill,.r... Is.wl . II r 111 77.Z- - rtTl. a s .T LI1.1L -r w "I I" I pnMmil"Si l J I" '"ss II III UHOC 1' ' I' r OCI T I n I IIVUU1U Bll Vi... iI 1 ILCU ngilU A frlfI(, CLLUn 1.300 miles from Jamaica. And the states of the lower Mississippi valley-ther- -- on the ground, reofs, totvers, on m!rs. , ,vl , V., I f ...... j ..... .. . .. i nun uiiiuaururu. Drltlsh Guiana atntlon would also offer l. crrcoii v nui.i.nm - Ilnkham'a Vcgvtalie t; I . i.i ... mm in uninil SlUllilB are 10,000,000 to 15,000,000 acres -a direct link with nathurst (western lerre Haute, iml. I wo chimney It'll I Ilailroid Agree to Pay r.rcentage nnti it imtio L land awaiting drainage. The investi for almost the entire length of the was ' "verai imimiugs Aincaj, z.,00 miles away." "" of Clalma Proved gations of recent years have established route. ",m "''l-c;- i Washington- .- Arwll.cr series of the so- Mayor George It MrC IclUn and 'Her- """"7.' the feasibility of this work, the state Lydla K. IMnkhan'iVfsthWtGsJ Excuse for the Papers; iiiuih sue nsn ei litany nomes arm mill jCalleil "yellow pino'' reparation casfs" pound, mado frcm rtK'j ..!. ii. i legislatures arc providing for the neces V .i . Among a very tzi tovl T' o I....II.. .L.i... nnd In sary legal procedure, and a great public Ku ton eelcbrat on mmmlssion. krednl ,1,. . -. " " 1V the Isstl.inrr. of 10 Isl tie lr-:. lias Iir0V-.. till seitlNI .MonUav ...I uuKiiuai contingent or. newspapers. infcresl Is-- awakened in tho prospect for the parade. They covered the entire dis M,""IJr morning. lemccly for CUrtr.g the r:rrt fenpsrl .k, IntrrsUtr mmmnni I ,h, mirm.l ' 1 ana newspapermen tho phlllsophy preAt the Terrs- - Haule house telephone rloiims of .dliislment fe"ft, in. wromlon , tir vails that whenever a man of largo reclamation. . The outlook is that during tance afoot. Thei- - was no military ml electric light esumeetism. vtere br.,k agrees! by the evir,.el fo, tl com- next few years a vast area of ex show, no distinguished personages in wntlCS. IVrtodlC pales. auairs, ooout whoso doings there the n by the carthinnike. plslnanls and the railroads. . ununited platoons ot ficllnr. llstiilrt Mb. happens to be acute public Interest, ceedingly fertile land will lie added to vehicles, nil Jwm, the tlon, and ncnrous prc tra. a. ltwrl the nations agricultural domain, that tullcc nfoot. M'r cv-surrounds himself with mystery and - .tii,,min,.,i ,, ' enow l ine in- r a ini.o xo try I' and tie rat .. malaria in the alluvial region Mill puss uui icrriiory, A numln-j7 of patriotic tloaU wer ... denies to the press Information to I I I II rtuillng the states ol Uiiil.lsoa. Missis- ia oeeil worm BiuiOU 10 MV am it hnm . n..n.l. in ......a ni ... - i ...II II.- - i ,. ." , i..iitiiw .1un'i im. .iiiitin ..I which It feels Itself entitled they havo ... iiifiii rrr nil nil , , ".II offering women. , ven sccoims ami . Alal,.m L. . UWI.rss !!. ..!., tl a perfect right to "guess" and to ,,ortl;ra" wurf voile, in the aggregate, approximate!, prevalent, aud ,bat a prosperous rural Publishing the Constitution,- - "Storm- - ),,. h"lK speculato as much as they want to. ,.0oy'rto,lf'n M'W f' l! I vT 'L Um There is a shade, of excuse for that people wlU occupy the entire alluvial . log of Stony Point," "Capture of Andre- ! ! d -- Washington Taking the Oath of , " -- ' f " !l"r "'P " C7 attitude. A big man rarely gets into lands of the lower Mlss5s,r,lpl valley rr,l companies of per cent, of the Office." (he limelight except of his own free ARE COMMENDED provable claims el tlie shl'pcrs. In Kentucky. 11 was Lofori. will and volition, and having taken FARMERS' Jlslinmilshcl -- illicrluisvillc, Ky. Dlirtatehen from Paing, seated in a iurt of honor on the that position he Invests himself nnd Henderson, Otsenslx.ro, Hopkinshis actions with a degree of public Secretary WHsjm Has Xlnd' Wor'da grounds of the new pnhlio library, at dlasptwsri Ikr slim sss ssisn PRESIDENT AS A PREACHER 4 llrkles Miisallsea Ikil In. interest which he cannot consistently ,rl",,k " ,r'J street and Kifth avenue, lor Jrarmera' Union., tare Ike victim r Ikrsf irssUrs. Ignore. There has been lately a conn section u h'k ,0,rr tho at the jwradcrs mssed. Washington, D. C Uegardlng the re-A. 8ofl Answer Turneth Away saalsb nliis w III TI om no unmsge was none. spicuous examplo of the evils llkoly to cent gowl VUle repxis Sherman was llunkcd on cither si.hi b Wrath" la His Text. Ct'lli: U Ik ferss ( a sstni follow a mistaken idea that a very scniativiis.ot. the, Jr'acmcra!. ViiJuni',bf Admirals U- - I'ord and Seymour of the fr't In laailsvilln and many rssr le esslfi e kat nfl Salt Uke City, I'tah.-- ln the puhat In the southern secticn of the Important porsonago can surroupd Tunisian!! omaaiidTex- - French and English squadrons, respse-- 1 1'0!''0 cure Ike moat ekallasla rssr. ol the Unions .Mormon tabernacle In himself with an atmosphere of secrecy as, Secretary of Agriculture Wilson said: Utiy. (iov. Hughes, scth Itv, I'rincep-this city, where four Jeers ago Theodore nnd not have that attitude misconThere is nothing like tho practical iuni, oi Japan, ana tun iiermau lirauu uoosrsrn, men presiueni, preselicl a strued and resented. Fortunately, in demonstratiorr. 'The seientist. Admiral on Kocster were cate.l near FAnMEnS HOLDING WHEAT long seriHtm on rlclil living uud the (his case tho mlstako was recognized theorize forever. He has to get down by. Jamiuany, with a thousand stal. duties of citizenship, President Taft by tho principal and corrected by him to the of his Hi- s- wart incmlicr in frock coats and high Notbin? T... Th- t faced an an.fienre which he said Inspired In splto of tho obstinate objections made showing. picture.,, ories. It is iiartlcilarly true with re-fella jeur sueeer will W kft- him to try to follow in the footsteps Oo of a cotcrlo of guardians card to the farmer scientist. Ho mav Squads of schud chiltlren, students from, near J. Tkai's ssr fullr of bis jneOecessor and deliver is prearhCIileago.-T- I.e of tho sacred person. Now York farmers of lh three aar asr plrJx, ef rnd(-er- , be scientific, but Im.lias to be practical N'ew York I niverslty, Columbia, City rntnt. es naio umue Collego and Ilutgcrs College, members Ire Ikal III Vrs ( I Hi: "r""S as well, Mr. Taft did preaeh a sermon "lln, ,b"1 "JT wi cure utU dlsrssas. tor. s aai f IrUh, Italian, French, Scotch, StsodUh UP Prt and all. Tho immense audience In text Th Farmers' "Unions of ' The Hardest Working River.. I with llifir rvmln at unvt film(tisita s i the ii ir. ii. west The hardest working river, the one M StOrC and Mind tlte.n came others. V h""1 most thoroughly harnessed to the mill best;; agricultural organltionsShat thl. 1 and ding In I""'' Iol-Ih" ' I- ,. without end. T coimfry has I wheels of labor In the United States, I lecnona, as I cniriiiaiaaiic cheering the shocks on the broid prairies of the $ksu.!i sjcHAltEJ MtDICIsICO, head of the general organization of the probably in tho world. Is tho lllack-ston.Nnrlliurst. ' ami ha Iul..l' .l.l. Iwim I 1 rCSItlelll lull Blincsrr-t- l anil tha nlllrl.-,, , ..w,... . i It is not a largo river, either. Farmer' Ujiioi) idea are among the most ssii I enn sisu IUCftVC lHDiriCI I thst country say that threshirig from the reiponse oi the amiu-nto jwinls vsluch nlLOUPi rtini I Its drainage area Is only about 453 practical men in America." r.t .will ,r..a.. alisi I. llllirnt (T1 II Ym mrcAVttfil in tt.it It ft... Ittutt I. tu l.aar. ,v .111 n.(( ,,,m iss.aii' Mis HVJ(rii squaro miles and In its I show a further ami 1 decla red, pronounced harden, en, Inspired him, the AlSHt section It is only 43 miles long; FLESH WORTH $1,000 POUND ,ncomnry aaq ' '"""S"'" Offlca Tenure Itecord. very Tom Thumb of a river as a A gnat deal of the viheat threshed Plllll,mPoslllvflrtrkl Washington. Mr. James W'jlh, who rivers go In America. Yet the doughty ,lm n T'" tl!1 UT "!,ofk, ' W" W'1 I PARTFR!1? tbesimiruu. of llttlo stream produces 23,000horse School Teacher Sues Principal for has IlliUIC 'since J""",H for amit between the at- ople-- for Her Thin Condition. '.'',b spring ft tilt March 4, 1001, a longer ,tril of service power, 50 for every wjuaro mllo of Its U,M' but 11 U ',ni tbe t ' lr(i(rm H'n the worst Pittsburg. Valuing her flesh, rather thai, any cabinet olllccr in is dralnago area. If you will figure out ITTLE , dlffitloesiiJTsBr-'f "Hfrs when "0,l; J" to ste,. out about Jan. 1 next. iUe Kr",rr this amount of horse power in terms the flesh she did have, hut hus not now, Kl! ml UtlT 1" of coal you will nnd that the busv lit. at $1,000 per pound, Miss l.ulu lnw. Whom the president will name in his RAISIN Ft i r anilllOlliy WINE l? TAYARI-- w 'w ' "F PILLS. MS. I!rcatlsH 1 tie stream represents a cnpltalliatlon ttetter, a. buxom school teacher of the nbirn I. l.nl mail. Lnnu-- ..I ..n If fiend-reI it ft has made a selection. of about $25,000,000. This Is twice fashionable suburb of Sheratlen, Olficer Kills Planter. Iteport have Un fiiHitient hitherto Cnnot. Bo Compounded Except at tho developed horso power of any court trying to collect the price of twen HyKallia, Ua. In a niltol duel at close I Tbr rarnlmte IS Bowels. rr!; lost Kunds, 33.1,0.00, from Prof, that Mr. Wilson was about to go. He ""guiariy .uiuonzea msiuiery. omer important river. Almost Halslii wine Is taxable, range Clinton Orcrtlrt, a deputy her Washingtcn nunurta mills, catching with their Earl W. Heed, principal of the borough arid tho sccietary of the navy, .Mr. jyi! ! Pill SMALL DOSEa SMALL ffij itn i. Miss churns tha 1 .Meyer, were the only hold overs from the "wording o a decision reiideinl by Com- - Iff. shot aruT killed I A. llragg, a wuirllng turbines Its water almost school. . . . I...1..1 i. .11.... .sir. vv nson . s Ii lilUktniinr .if l.ttMrtdl ll. .,.,. wmni, I Ikv hl.nl.. Itr.M.. mh-.- ll.-- l I. ..I 1. 1. i V.1..II kL.in.k I jiiHisuvi--..I. nuioiiiisiraiioii. It initf ... Genuine Musi Bear from tho very source In the city of 1rnf l!a,1 lill.ul 1i,r , v um ma .,nK m.i, Worcester, Mass., lino Its banks and ful manner after she had agrewl to claim to retention was the nan. All internal leveniie Pgclits have lcen aim vvas Mor, and the officer's llrst shot I CARTERS grow In bIzo and importance till In marry him and had gotten her wcildiiig ularity ol his tlerartment with the farm- - advised that what is known us "clr drnprxsl him. Tho officer Imhl a war culsr 731," dated Nov ember SI, 1901, rant for Ilragg's ariest. It was alleged WoonBocket and Pawtucket, II. I you trousseau ready, The claims of herself er$t PILLS. havo some of tho largest of their kind and uttomeys In open court were that Tin. tiitiM anmiasl tun nf lila ..I tr.,Aitl prohibiting rectifiers from making so- that Iliagg had assaulted a lulmrcr on REFUSE SUBSTITUHt ealltl vslne mush und th protluct then- - Mils place after an agent appolnttsl b xuiids was sufficient to bring u protest in tho country. Technical World sho had lost at least twenty-litfrm ln In llesh oulng to worry over her Wing the West, but It is now understood .Magazine. H'lors, is approved ami the courts had taken charge of a portion that jilted, and that the wedding clothes this portfolio will Pass to other hands. i mai order or nis crop, " ... falfillM.! I would not even fit her now. She want Fire In a Girl's Hat. SPECIALS The fight has bceu on for the ixist five HUNTING PRE.E A flro on the Minister Dead. of tho hat $25,000 damages, saying that she thinks . .. . i Giant's Action Protested. ycur son uie qiletuon rslseil was or a pretty girl traveler at tho union that price about right. Y,l-TI... i V.m...i i . ss.r,.rk tine. $2.95 ' e. ' Chicago, lib 1'rote.l against the ap- - whether such u .nasi, . . firrnentiHl ... station, Atlanta, Ga., tho other after visual ii , .... Diaz Ships Outfit ,IJa.i,i.Mi"'i"1 JJ.S I . . ncaranctt of wen. lirant in the on the ureni ses of a rntltlir nn,l noon called out two flro companies n urcU of the Stranger, an undenoinl- El Paso, Texas. president Diaz has full uniform of his position in the snnv iiroduct of such fermentstion u.e.1 l $f hoso cart, a scoro of willing amatour mI hiaa.r JIIJ3 nrcraen. delayed a fast train, and de- shipped his carriages, thrco of them, and in the temperance parade tcccntly was connection ttitlt spirits, vtlnes, llijuor or I tlcuial church of this city, died ot M ar II lc s stroyed about thirty dollars' worth of his horses, to the border for use on the made Tuesday to Secretary of War Dick- - other articles in the preparation or man- - Plight's tlisease In the New York ho. v.,i.,:.:.-'$i5- .s5 . It. Miehaelis, of the 1'nited ufacture of compound llnuora. pltal. Dr. Illackbiirn vtas born In- liteem. finery. Tho young woman, on her occasion of his meeting with President Inson by l f. way to New York, rushed Into the sta- - Taft. Silver from tho Cliapultepev rastht lor iAcai rseii i.ovcrnnieiit. In rJf.VaiS'a 'jhe law piovlde that no mash, woit I vllle, Term., and was educated in South- . 11- ,i if. .l.llt tin no .nr. t... oiw n tlon for eomethlng to eat. In pay- and the head chef at the, castle have .u.i.i..,.. i 1. " piuis-as..iicnaeiis or wash, ut for dlsllllallon or for thtt ern alleges. A brother, llcv. Heorgo A. la -1 I ,M i.ai II f- titlling her check she swung tho hat too also been sent here for (tits lkintict na asKeu i mere m any .iepri...eiita production of spirits or alcohol, should lllackburn, of Columbia, S. o. .in aia am a.'"SS t-"... H"was the ."r.' U. . ., such appearance, and le- - bo made or fermented anywhere ex- - only relative near tho In an Instant which General Dial will give Mr. Taft. rule in New York at the time .Ttriniii natalH.lsli,'Ja the orchard which udorncd her hat It U believed that tho chef ouco filled ,ue,ts that the rejdy Ih- - in the form of fc,.l at u regularly autl.orlr.,1 distil- - of the death. Funeral senl.es were an ojien letter. that position for King Alfonso. was a mass of flames. A lery. held lu the Church of the Strsngeis. waiter turned on a II ro alarm and Bales Ginned 204,000. Out of Job; Inherits Million. ovory malo guest tried to rescue tho Eljhty Yeats In I'en. Stegall Spurns Offer. Memphis, Tenn. There vvas iuea OF Hot Springs, Aik. D. J. Vent, form affair. Ktifaula, ORIa. Miku A, Xanorie. Trenton, tia. "If you will sav thst from the olflce of the National dinners' srly chief dlsputther of the National The. train was held until tho victim Association, a report on the cotton crop ImrifMil iif lii,ll..l..,...l ..ill. I.I. George Cuieton Is making lilt II will t J .......iiiiiii. recovered from an attack of hysterics, condition as of Sept. 25, and the umouiit Ituilroed of Mexico nnd who i, w oul wlff,, ,lloUl,r ,lhl ,,,f.r mill k,llllli;r in. lum you joose." Acting whiskyinstrucj,,, upon when pho graciously permitted It to sf a job, having resigned Ids poaltlon t manslaughter mid was sentenced to tions from Judge File, of the superior of cotton ginned to that date, which proceed. shows us follows: llcports indleato a when the dispatthcr on that railroad eighty years in the enltriitlary, ferty eyurt, this message was dclivcied to Il'hailes Stegall, governmeril storekeeper condition of GO.'., and that theru has Hent out on n strike, has Urn notlllei) years In each case. Where the Trouble Lay. heeii 2,504,000 bales ginned up, to the that he Is one of 10 heirs to a fortune '"' Ku"s at the county jail, whers - si "I'm having n Jot of difficulty in 25th. Wlillo tho condition report is low, it $0,000,000. Through the death of hill l"',J '"r witmpl of court ' TtttltST nW F''ty Injured in Explotion. it Is not as low as the trade has ox- - Lmimlmother. who lived In raising money for this project." f1Jecbve. I'itt.hurg.-- Au It explosioi, in ,0 iri,. ?r refusal l. give the grand Jury In. i h. 1,. is at eafe oi It. ectiHl, and as the ginning is rather . .. I loriimlian- regarding the Cureton 01 . .... .... thu Columbian Ml.,. "What scorns to be tho trouble?" ...... o.,. , , . cr win a. one' on ' " lillery. ... will neve, testify unti! I an. heavy tho market will prolubly" decline na. .srrn that th "I think tbo trnublo vcrypalataMfl too ' '' , directed to .lo so by the tm.tcl Stales to a iKilnt nt which the Milliner will tho heirs to her fortune of Ju.iKW.OOO. ,,un wrim, ,l scucino Js perfectly legitimate, und 1 buy very freely. . cnt . share is $Ct..).ooo. Mr. All government,- - replied Ktcgull. und hs havo sodA security to oflnr," ieni uaiiv to hi scat In the cell , -- rlfevi MerroMs soueeto' Chlcapt, 111. Tho wheat which disturbed the ennui of speculative advance In Hi. routine with a Hi-ou-t September option on the Hoard of Trade hero today lacked none of the features of former yea", when "Old Hutch, Cudahy, Partridge an I other were wont to explode tambshcll tuner the trade. It was the cleanest tut of any corner in many vcar One loop with the thousand bushels to his credit snatched his profit at $1.10 attJ then Vatrhed w hatbecame-o- f liU sale. In the next thirty minute it changed hands twcntv--eigh- t times on at. adsanccil scale. The lut man who cured it $1.30 for it. Itcforc it retted In lift hands brokerage commis sion alone along the va'riotis transfer aggregated $330. One of the most itilttientlat trader on Canada: TlSoon.,Be as .. the board wo i led until the top had beun reached and then delivered the actual wheat at $t.20 100,000 bushels it It. MILLIONS SEE PARADE Little wheat cattte out until $1.19 was reached. At this llgure ami above a NEW YORK SHOWN ITS PAST. neat profit was garnered. Deliveries HISTORY IN PANORAMA, amounting to 630,000 bushel going to scattered Interests. It was necessary to extent! the delivery period three times Many Nations llepreaented Mayor before the last account was iMuared. JttcClellan and Herman Illdsr l,i... s Ifri uilP ?r . ..J"fd ' DOCTOR g ADVISED iid - OPERATION n:n OIHILO nilAiL UHL "1 iiinim, 4ta, Tnr..T -- .,,. -- Mk!u-"l,J?,- M.-J . 1 i":.nr -- $100,-000,00- 0 n '"'t ff I -- I " " fsj ,.. ,..,.. 'l "r ,l a a rinc ...i.L. . we5xidt r"TTr--- urM.E " wlde-awak- i:ii ,t.. - l"'r ' """" , ... ,m, rann miu.i ft eect ,n ln-i- ' w ltUuJ Ing-tlow-n "W' .,- ,, ,.) - .V,, ' - "T W' 1 "It Skin Disease; - ' 1 s hk v was.,, )' I'i"1' ciint n. tii.. gl HUNT'S rrf CURI - -- C1 s m dcvt-lotH-- 1 ..,.., v "V si-- 1"',mTrll? c - At A DrUg r lir niniurr . t . . as i power-producin- g UC ftR Q I II WIVII llssnunwi" aV.M) T'"'? """ i0 ''""B exiK-cte- ''' "l" - I IVER AtlIsj Tastalst'-sMrAf- e Intrtter i IWr - e ' roof-garde- .... " GUN - - " 1 2iwtalile,tllBi .....a. - " I !. cigar-lighte- dark-skinne- d a noSE 1 RlOV isV" a .of iiJ0. ' . :u mfi ate iamn. Farm asi c5V Merchants Bank Clinton Street, nickman, Kentucky. ....ABSOLUTE SAFETY IS THE BASIS.... That wo offer to depositors. Other Inducements arc of 6ccondnry importance. 1 SYNOPSIS. mil nn Jnnllor in" i1or I1A1I r- - no on liiMn.rrri a vrorn-- , n rmnti, his ): l r ilrwnfl'M. n I Upon this Guarantee we Solicit Your Patronage. session was less clear; and yet It was rlntonnhle, after al, to presume that fttaltlnnd should prefer to hold hla own. iFosalbly Anlsty had seen th (tlrl r'lp the canvas bag Into Mnltland's pocket whllo tho Intter was kncollm; nnd binding his cinitlve. However that was, thcro was no denying that ho bad trailed the treasure to Its hiding place, unerringly; and succeeded I'l taking possession or It with consummate klll and nmlarlty. When Maltland camo to think of it, ho recnllcd illMlnctly tho trend of tho burglar's Inquisition In tho character of "Mr. Hca ih," which had all beon calculated to discover tho location pf tbo Jewels. Andt when ho did recall this fact, and how easily he had been duped, Maltland could have ground his teeth In melodramatic rage but for the clr cumftanco Hint when first It occurred to him, such a feat was a physical nnd nven when ungaggqd the operation would have been painful ,ii refhl"if hm Mtrnr-- ,t H. BUCHANAN, President J. A. TH0HP50N, Cashier. I fr..m irt , hi. I on t.n M lk. Mlorn.r nl-- DIRECTORS Ir , to poring Ills walk in. i I II lil nn liu, lr limn lm H no lcv-,.i- llio ymitiK r MUIihI opcnul - tn Hi" lwH. ami ( r t f'.imfnif ft prt-- i rc.il Han Anl.ty. wirll. iippoaml ,f Maiilnnil nvpiramo ,. rl iiulplil Hi houan .. w ork tn her mi-- , ,1 f r i. klnic lh Miainlljr. Hln. nwn rriHik, UHnlrl limn. . ?f II. Buchanan, J. J. C. Dondurant, O. U. ThrelWeld, J. W. Alexander, Dr. J, M. Hubbard. R. M. later, T. A. Ledford, THE 8AFE8T AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY IS BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER M t - n. kW i ' AMr " . unil Him prmnlt Mnlllan.l Inn lilinaotf li n crnr. l li - ulrl In ' ' lilm Ihn Jw,n ly ft Mow Th Utter pnrvwl the f ml ho mwurl rtmi-- r wax MtllUnil'a Tim llm letter r i neaa.iiimt Willi .1.1. CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE ... ac.sroiuTtB ft TELEGRAPH CO. feared for the CHAPTER VII. Continued. r aj V" 1 J' IV i Iff I : r- - i. - 1,110,1 ,n mc mat I Ml lower. "Tito po- r ten. J of we. DanP - a" I' Known li i. II n it. IIIU rfnl .it( . v r -" you moppi-by tho powers!" Ho with his first. n l wp can curly this ITa (i lacklnc llio Jewell, I M. ' i ism ovrn wcanne Malt (' "h" " he bcnstiMl. "I went till iiiomlnK and Ii hj t : t rn' It Hultod my pur- csuso Ma ' -- r.il for n ily or two." I'M .j T a c" Urr KP quonllotltftl hlf. W er'" crlcJ nlty. And, whon 3as ("iforrntml t hit elbow: '5 hal - i' ' y t' awajr." sho " Interrupted; T.3'rs t'J-- ' s ''', ' tt I TtH a caV. a nnco, ;c tela, 't t,r" TVe plcaia." cf tlio rorp1' of iprranti the t "fc(r enil of tho Mr room. n:1c crrtalo lliat they, wore then atralthllr paiicd tia-l:ac to the Klrl. Hho bent Ia rtl'ii, kn'.wlnR It In her hand-Lac-i . , happy, . haif tnado ro iiu3 ranif. tremulously from beneath it!;"T :c( waithjrur aa . T- U t:t brJm i! kla fflitttfr ltn It rirk k;3jpxl3'; he ilrmanded. "Tho taae lare " If a Irild more; hut aho wna Iho waiter waa back, an- the cab In waltlnR, nnd ho Kred b ;t rr itcit Yet hla pat rliioato icsEsnIrt her admiration. N.- If I her nro watch cf htrr, t&ry mav tio. tlmre, too." llu b'.t Lfid decidedly. Tho nicker 'tz. t ai npaln extlneulahed: for i'.VrJ'y Xlaltlnnd had escorted bcr (aat1-!- ' rrnlrg her refcrenco had la fak:'-'.- tttat plat "f?oni'ewherore," cnllJent that aha waa rro effaced, allonced. who tIJ mistrust her sincerity? TS'ji hrn and wlmro may. I. ae iubt3 may haro naaallwl wan too late, by that rf (innfa'r ' Sic ar; fared t1 think for an In- Ml t'jen, fumhllnc In her nockot- - ES. ex'ncted t'tb fa 1 t- n typical femlnino bmlneaa end looklnic N -i sh It Lad been gnawed, by a :J r;' and acrlbliliil hanlllv h ti tails of a mend card: ' Mrt. 205 Weal Ono Hun. 11 ht n'h atre)t. Top.noor. rJ "I , f'i t-- . tb! Y- -a lie IVr nt mwi." ih inlil r"?- LJK K at I fall mn" still at llborty," ho tia i ,rswa-- - a Hr smiled unoblrualvo amllo that ' f 1 t R' I'MiMbtllty Rtvo offepsoi ' e h H was calculated to fe"T'7 I'- - iMrcwIon that. In tho " 1 tern- f1' liumliln tin rui tit n t Inuat "M o liiitrrv uni "tl . J)an!" f U'i bor flliicera In hlhnrd t ar at discretion, :icilH - 1,7 dear." ho said, dura- 1 1 k , " waf .ii... iiirajiiHiur, I'lMiKIMIIg. uji.-- b F" In L -- r 1 i,, 1 rrln.l ",v" ; r s "Iiy ID nn.il .V. "u """" was vaioin, i., HITIll,, Ilia ' Y ii.. ... iv ,,K 0 I.,,, I" i J 1.' ""''I lL-j- .i n r Into vacancy, blunt tlla cI()lhi d' Innwl nl I II. IIVT. -- "su nor in .... . .. i ... IJlf nwostfMbaek Titv 'i . Into n corner of ,r,s ll0eJ almost auto- - w:,cj 'S03 . . b ,Wrcll ,b0 arc,le(i cr,,U80U M hcr ciunrnod ,)row8 ,muu "y I'totfliat. Miniohow. huluel Ur to Hlggins nnd O'Hagan no difficult tnsfc though ho might bo somewhat Into with Hlgglns the most discreet lmagInab'o explanation of his extraordinary conduct would make him the laughing stock of his clrclo of friend, to nay nothing of a city that had been ac customed to speak of him as "Mail Multland" for many a day. Unless Ah, ho had It! He could pretend (ro long as It suited his purpose, at all events), to havo been tho man caught and left bound In Hlgglns' enre. Simple enough. The knocking over of tho butler would bo ascribed to a nat ural ebullition of Indignation, tho sub sequent flight to a notion of running down tho thief. And yet "1 Want You to Kep Your Mouth Shut." even that explanation had Its illtflculWell, well!" he demanded with that ties. How was ho to account for the enduro tho paroxysms of shame. That Impatlenco characteristic of tho Illit- fact that ho bad failed to communishe should, have stooped fo low! VrmcnlJy tho (lasers relaxed, and erate for modern methods of communi- cate with the police knowing that his treasure bad been ravished? her whole- fraum relaxed In sympathy. cation. "I'what tho dlvvle alia yo7" It was vll very Involved. Mr. Malte "Itaysplcta to ye, ma'am, and 'tis Tho black squall had passed over; but now wcro tho onco tranquil waters sorry I am I didn't know 'twas a land returned tho glass to O'Hagan and, cradling his head tn bis hands, ruffled and nnury. Then languor leddy." racked his brains In vain for a satis"He'a not." Ktffiped htr like nn' enemy? ho' lay "Wan o'clock, there or thereabouts." factory talo to tell. Thcro wcro sa Ilatlesa In Its hold, sick and falut with many things to be taken Into consld- "Faith, nnd ho didn't say." dlsgual of aolf. "I'what name will I bo tcllln' him!" eiatlon. There was the girl lo gray, Tbla wna her allsumclcnt punish N'ot that he had forgotten her for an "Kapo ut to ycrsllf, thin. 'Tls nono mcnt; to havo dono what sho. had Instant; his fury raged but the higher dooe, to bo about to do what sha con- of me business." "If yo do, I'll not answer. Sure, am at tho thought that Anlsty's Interfer templated. For sho had sot bor band prevented his (Mnltland's) to tho plow; thcro must now bo no I to bo cllmbln' two flights ar sthalrs ence hadtho engagement. keeping Doubtless drawing back, however baleful might Iv'ry folvo mlnlts " "Qood by ycrsllf," hanging up the re- the girl had waited, then gone away proVo her task. in linger, believing that the man In Tho volco of tho cabby dropping ceiver. "And tho dlvvle fly away wld whom she had placed faith bad proved ye," grumbled O'llngan. through tho trnp, roused her. 'This Is As ho turned away from the Instru- himself unworthy, the Martha Washington, ma'am." nut thnt telephone call? Mechanically sho descended from tho ment Maltland managed to prodtico n "O'Hagan," demanded the haggard hansom nnd paid hcr fare; then, sum- sound, something between a moan and and distraught young man, "who was moning up all her strength and reso- a strangled cough. Tho old man that on tho wire Just now? lution, passed Into tho lobby of tho whirled oa his heel. "Pwhat's thoi?" Ilelng a thoroughly trained servant. Tho next Instant ho was bending paused at tho telepbono hotel and over Maltland, pcorlng Into the face O'llngan had waited that question la switchboard. Impatience with drawn and disfigured by tho Eng. "Tho silence, saints prcsnrvo us!. And who tho though ho was. Now, his tongue un- CHAPTER Vll. dlvvle nro yo at all? Pwhy don't yo hashed, bis words fairly stumbled on ' Dance of the Hours. ono another's heels in his anxiety lo spake?" Four p. tn. Maltland turned purple; and emitted get them out In tho least possible time. Tho old clock In a corner of tho a furious snort. "Sure, on" 'twas a leddy, sor, bo the study chimed resonantly nnd with de"Mlsthcr Maltland. be nil thofs v'lco av her, askln' wero yo In, and liberation; four double stroke; nnd strango! Is ut mail I nm? Or how mesllf havln' seen yo go out no lpnger musfc was whllo jot tho did yo get back here nnd Into this fix, aso thin wan o'clock and ycrsllf sayln dying Into sllcnco tho telepbono bell sor, nnd mo Bwapln' tho halls and nut n worrud about comlu' back at all shrieked Impertinently. pollshln' tho brasses fcrnlst tho front a, nil, pwhat was I to bo tellln' her,dieMaljland bit savagely on tho gag duro lv'ry minute stneo yo wlnt out?" aven If yo wero lyla thero on the van all unbeknownest to mc, which nnd knotted his brown, trying to benr Indignation struggling for tho upper It. Tho effect waa that of a coarse hnnd with mystification In tho tbo samo mesllf can a fllo raspod ncro8 raw quivering "Help I" pleaded tho young man brain, ho grumbled and swore; ncrvos. And ho lay helpless, nblo to yet busied his lingers. In a trlco tho feebly, smiling. "Ono thing at a time, do no moro toward endurnnco than to .binding gag waa loosed, nnd ropes and please, O'Hagan. Answer rno ono ques dig nails deep Into his palms. straps cast free from swollen wrists tion: Did sho give a iiamo? Agnln nnd ngaln tho ncndlsh clamor "She did not, sor, though mestlf " nBsrtstnnco And, with nnd shattered tho cchoos. Winding flashes of a ankles. arm behind tho shoulders, "Thero, there! Walt a blU I want kindly his of ngony danced lown tho whltchot Maltland sat up, grinning with tho to think." wires strung through hU head, taut pain of renewing Of course bIir had given no name; It circulation In his from templo to tomplo. wouldn't bo like her. What was ho limbs. Would tho fool at tho other end thinking of, anyway? It could not "Wld theso two oles mesltf saw yo ncvor bo satisfied that lie could get lave been tho gray girl; for sho know threo hours gone, sor, and I havo only na Anlsty; sho could never hint ni nnBwerT Hvldcntly not; tho racket o'u'd swear no sowl bad Intcrcd this havo thought him himself, Maltland, continued mercilessly, short series of Bhrlll calls altornntlng with Imperative house slnco thin. I'what docs ut all Hut what other woman of his acquainbo nil thot's holy?" rolls prolonged until ono thought that mane, tance liollovo him to be out of "It means," panting, "brandy nnd town? did not would tortured metal BOundliiR-cuptho crack. Thought! nay. prayed that soda, O'llngan, and be quick." With a hopeless gesture, Maltland Maltland attempted to rlso, but his gave It up, conceding tho mystery too either such would bo tho cuso, or cIeo thnt ono8 head might at once merci- legs gave under hlni, nnd ho sunk dcop for him, his Intellect ton feeble hack with n stilled oath, resigning him-al- f to grnpplo with all Its Infinite ramificafully bo rent nsundor. to wait tho return of normal con- tions. Tho counsel ho had given Thnt anguish bo cxqulsllo should bo tho means of reloaslni; him from ditions, Ab for his head, It wan threat- O'llngan seemed most appropriate to his bonds seemed it refinement of ening to split at nny moment, tho tight his preuent needs: Ono thing at a Irony. Yet Maitlnnd was aware, be- wires twanging Infernally between his lime. And obviously tho first, thing tween BpasniB, that help was on tho temples; whllo the corners of his that lay to his hand was tho silencing way. Tho telephone Instrument, for mouth were cracked uud sore from tho ut O.'Hugan. had convenience, bon pressure of tho gag. All of which Maltland ralllod bis wits to the task. obvious equipped with nn extension bell which totted Up n consldorablo debit against O'Hugan," Bald ho, "this man, Snalth. O'llagnn's Mr. Anlsty's nccount. In rang simultaneously who was hero this aftornoon, called For Multland, dexptto his suffering, liluiBclf a detective. As soon as we quarters. When Maltland was not nt . flgurd It out to hU woro nlono he rapped mo over the bo warned, had found time to homo tho Janltor-valetr dissatisfac- head with a loaded cane, und, I suswould answer tbo calls, And now. tn personal satisfaction tlio Mill Intermit), tho henry thud of tion, If you prefer In the Interval be- pect, wont through tho Hat stealing uuhurrled feet could bo heard upon tween his return to consciousness and ursrythtng ho could lay hands on. tbo staircase. O'llngan was coming the arrival of O'llagun. It was slmplo Hand mo my clgarctto caso, please." " 'Tls gone, sor 'tis not on tho dosk, to answer; and taking; his tlmo about enough to deduco from tho knowledge H. It seemed an ago before tho rattlo In his possession that tbo burglar, havat lasto, pwhere I saw ut last." in latch announced hlni; ing contrived his escape through the of pass-ko"Ab! You Bee? Now for reasons of nnd another oro, all unconscious of tho disobedience of Hlgglns, should hao my own, which I won't enter In'o. I completo revenge fur don't want tho affair to get out and beIlguro suplno on tho drvau against tho engineered this further study wall, tho old man shuf- tho Indignity Maltland had put upou come public. You understand? I fled to tho Instrument, lifted receiver Mm. want you to koop your mouth aut, from tho took, and applied It to How ho had divined tho fact of the until I clvo you permission to open It." (TO Uii CONTINUliUJ bU ear. Jewels remaining lu their owner's pos- hare-braine- d deep-throateIrish-juan'- to an extreme. Hipping the grateful drink which O'Hagan presently brought him, the young man Hindered tho case; with no pleasure In tho rrospect he fore saw if Hfgglns had actually com munlcated tho fact of Anlsty's escape to tho police, tho entire affair was likely t'J come out In the papers all of It, that Is, that ho could not suppress. Dut cvrn figuring that ho could silence -- Absolutely THE BEST- nsd of GROCERIES, OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE AND .. . nillionaire Canned Goods. Helnz's Varieties of Pure Food Products. Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas. Oall on or t.lephono us when In or FEED3TUFF9. FRESH KEATS Telephone 6. 3 Deliveries. Ledford & Rand I e -- HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS ESTABLISHED 1856. TOM DILLON, Sr., Prof. (Successor to B. O. Ramag-.- , deceased.) riarble and Granite flonuments CURBINO. fllCKflAN, STONB WORK l t : f all kinds, IRON FENCINO. KENTUCKY Davidson & Stubbs Meet Your Friends -- ATt Lauderdale's DENTISTS. OFFICES: Hickman, Ky. Over CowglU'a store. Union City, building-- . drug- Tonsorial Parlors Best In Hickman. Hot and cold bathsj eUolrlo lights and fane, hydraulic chairs end evaryUilsf for comfort. Clinton Street, Hickman, Kjr. Next door to Jones' Cafe. Tenn. In C B. A. LAND not" Cash Book Store Splendid Selection. . . FOR SALE Both city and farm property at roasonablo prices. If you havo real estate for gale, lot us get you a buyer. ADDRESS: .11 New Books, Stationery, Post Cards, Notions, Etc Call and sea our stock. Everything- - ' Hickman Courier Realty (ii Hickman. Kentucky, MarvBsrendes&Gomoany Let Us Be Your Waiter We never tire of helping others when they ask for good job printing. We can tickle the most exacting typographic appetite. People who have partaken of our excellent service come back for a second serving. Our prices are the most reasonable, too, and you can always depend on us giving your orders the most prompt and careful attention. Call at this office and look over our samples. f7M -- JOB PRINTING ,T cbssw a-rrfiiss can do that cla JuM a than th. othsr fellow. Wedding inviutioni. letter beadi. bill haadj, sale bills, itatcmeoti. dodgers, carda, etc, all reclrr U tamo careful treatment Just a little better than teras neceisarjr. Prompt d.llvery alwiia. 1 Hear of Cut Price SALE At This Time of Year? Right at the beginning of the season, just as new goods are coming in, when other stores expect and do get fancy profit, we are cutting the prices all over the store. But we have an object in view. We are working for a purpose. We want to get this stock down to the lowest possible point. And we think the best way to do it is to cut the prices and that we are doing. We ask you to come and look. See that we are doing just what we say we are. And when you do you will do like the hundreds of others who have come and looked, you will buy of us your Fall Goods. For you owe it to yourself, you owe it to your family to buy your Fall Goods as low as you can and you'll find the saving here no little bit. We are constantly making new prices through the stock, and every week you'll find new items. Look over the items below carefully. Come and examine the goods, compare with prices elsewhere, and you'll find we are doing just as we say. ...Cutting: the Prices Heavily on Seasonable Goods.., Mens and Boys Clothes at Prices That Save You Many Good Dollars. sell at $17.50, $15 and 6.50. Materials from which they are made is strictly first class. Strong and well made, they will give good and satisfactory wear. The pants 1 Peters Diamond Brand Shoes Also Go in the Sale at Cut Prices We have thrown on our counters a big quantity of Peters Shoes, in mens, ladies and misses, which are offered at remarkably low prices. All stylish shoes, but at Cut Prices. first-clas- s, Linens, Towels, Crashes, Napkins, Table Cloths, Quilts, All at Cut Prices We show an unusually good line of all these items, and have made some most interesting prices on the enopportutire stock, which means a great money-savinnity for you. We can only mention a few items, but remember we have very many other equally as good. 85c .00 white Table Linen, very widt 85c Table Linens for . 75c 29c 35c white Table Linen . ,25c 35c Red Table Linen for 39c 50c Buff Table Linen for. 59c 75c Table Nankins for 1.75 2.50 Table Napkins, very large size 2.40 3.00 Table Nnpkins Extra quality Bleached Turkish Towels 10 and 25c 1.48 Z.UU White Counterpanes 08c 1.25 White Counterpanes g 1 These Mens and Young Mens Suits were made to only. from these suits are gone, leaving coats and vests $0.50 To clean them up we offer them choice for Mens Finest $6 and $5 Shoes cut to A Money Saving Mens Fine 3.50 Shoes cut to Ladies Finest 4.00 and 3.50 Shoes cut to Ladies Fne 2.25 Shoes cut to Misses 2.25 and 2.00 Shoes cut to Opportunity for Mothers In Knee Pant Suits These garments are offered way under value. Not a suit in the lot but was made to sell for about double what we offer them for. All are strong and well made. Sizes run from 4 years up to 5. We offer you for 1 $350 2.75 2.98 1.98 1.48 $100) $1 50) Bvs Suits worth up to $1.75. Suits" worth'up to $2.50. $2 ,50j Dress Goods Are Selling Fast At the Cut Prices. But we've plenty for everybody. Such prices as these we are now making on seasonable, staple, all wool Dress" Goods, are unheard of before. Doubtless that accounts for the big sale of them. Remember that no better goods than these can be found anywhere, while the prices at other stores arc fully double the prices we are making. 40c Wool Suitings now. 1 Ladies Skirts and Underskirts at Remarkably Low Figures Will Interest You. We show a big line of these items, in a good range of styles, and all colors. The cut prices on these are remarkable. 0.08 10.00 Ladies Skirts for --I 108 7.50 Ladies Skirts for ,. 1.08 2.50 Heathcrbloom Underskirts for . 1.25 .75 Satin Underskirts for , 1 or Suits worth up to $6. Men's and Boys' Pants At Money-Savin- g Prices... Here you will find some 200 or 300 pairs Mens- and Boys Pants thai are the most remarkable bargains you have ever seen. Made of first class materials,, strong and well made. We offer them at just about ( -- .00 Black Fancy Weave, 44 inches. -- HALF PRICE Lot No. I. Lot No. 2. Lot No. 3. ' 60c all wool Serges, now 25c 49c 49c 49c 35c 25c These Prices on Staple Cotton Goods And Staple Notions Pcpperell 10-- Brown Sheeting. Pepperell 10-- Bleach Sheeting Good Quality 10-Brown Sheeting............. west urea lalicoes Luzon and Cardew Percales Best quality Table Oil Cloth 4 4 4 36-inc- h 25s . 27 lie JOc 3e 9c 20c $2 Pants for. $3 Pants $i.oo $1.50 $2.50 75c Broadcloths 50c Plaid Suitings. , --- Apron GinRharns ' 5c 9e 9e for $5 Pants for 35c Checks for -- 10c Dreis Ginghams lOcDreis Flannelettes 10c OutinRs Dress Outings 15c Barettes 17c Jet Pins 9c 4c 10c 10c Laces, Embroideries, Ribbons, White Goods, Underwear, ets and Comforts, AH at Cut Prices. Blank- ELLISON BROS., Hickman. m . to tl- - J THE HICKMAN COURIER. Team A BLUE MARK HHRR mean tlint year ib nerlpttnn l expired. Kenew promptly if jot) want thn paper toeome to rod after tlili month that Pulls thn Commercial KENTUCKY Wagon up the Hill of Success. The Courier has a Spankin' Cood Team. Grease the Rxlss of Your Wagon. Old Man, and ESTABLISHED Let's Hitch Up 1HRI ftfll TOW"?- - ..iK if NO. ni ornrrRH ir HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1909. DAY. WHOLE NO. 11.1 I8 IN THE TEAR rrrr-- r mum nrrT Trr'TimnB m ininnnwnmmn-annn ssssssssssi i i mm m mm A BIO. COTTON at the fake a Course in Clothes-Buyin- g Baltzer 6: Uodds D. Q. Co. This Week you want to learn all there is to "know about Fall Clothes there are two ways open to you. First, you can buy a suit elsewhere and regret it afterwards. That's a hard lesson, isn't it? Or you can come to Baltzer & Dodds D. G. Co. and see all the desirable Fall styles and get absolute satisfaction out of anything you buy. That's more pleasant, isn't it? The Baltzer & Dodds D. G. Co. is showing Over Coats, Suits and Men's Furnishings in qualities that are irreproachable and in quantities that eclipse the showing of any other I If I Tho cotton raisers camo Into their own Saturday. Owing to tho provalllng high prices overy markotablo ounco of tbo fleecy stnplo which could bo found was plac ed on tho mnrkct Saturday. Our lo cal gins wcro literally swampod. Tho wagons began arriving early and It was a lato hour In tho afternoon tho lino of thoso walUng to unload wan broken. Many farmers bollovlng tho prlco they would recelvo would bo about $4.35 (which Is considered a good prlco) (fipcrfcnccd a delightful shock whon they learned they woro to get bo-fo- JACOB'S CANDY "Made Last Night" We have the best line of Fine Candy ever shown in Hickman and ask you lb come in and take a look. There isn't a stale box in the lot handed over from last season, but the very freshest obtainable, put up in beautiful boxes. Rang-i- n prices from -- I4.C5. It was tho planters day to smile and It was the kind that don't rub off. Tho prlco paid was tho highest paid slnco tho civil war, and tho best oyer paid In Hickman. Tho J. P. & S. L. Dodds Co., received ono load for which they paid about $107.00. Their receipts for tho day was 74 wagon loads, aggregating 86,720 pounds. They paid on an aver ago of $4. GO, making a grand total of $3,902.40. Besides cotton, they 5c to $5.00 Hickman Drug Company, Incorporated. W. L. Thompson, author of tho hymn, "Softly and Tenderly Jesus Is Calling,' and many other popular hymns, died In New York this week at tho ago of 62. Ills home was nt East Liverpool, Ohio, and ho wroto soveral text books on music. store in this section. Are not proved best because they have been offered for sale to three generations of Americans, but rather by the fact that three generations of Americans have continued to demand them as the highest type of style and durability. HAWES HATS INCORPORATED. BALTZER & DODDS DRY GOODS COMPANY f Thero Is no way of Improving n. place so much as by encouraging good merchants, good schools and It Is not necessary to wait for cut good peoplo to settle among you, and prlco sales this year. You can buy you spend goods at lower prices right now at this can not be done unless your money nt homo. E. R. Ellison's Cash Store. O bought considerable corn. Tho Farmers Oln & drain Co., reports receipts at G5 wagon loads making 70,000 pounds, averaging $4.G5 a hundred. On this basis they paid out during tho day $3,185. They also bought soveral loads of corn. In brief, tho cotton gins paid out $7,087.40 Saturday. This is only ono day's business, and a few years ago cotton was an unknown quantity, so to speak, in this section, and tho Idea of raising cotton in tho bottom land was almost hooted at. Great Is Fulton county. V55YKY 1M7 'ct. ZGlh. in-:- 3 Lf Wo ha a a month of real lntcrost In po'Itlcal affairs before us and thowi who possess tho idea that there O SORTS: o Tho Hickman Hank pushed out 1G, will be littlo doing will find their cro tho month Is over. 000 In cold coin Saturday-- , most of It O pay rolls and cotton purchases all went Into commercial clmunelir. Tho Or. Cook lectured at Philadelphia i u.r wns a bummer i Farmers '& Merchants Hank followed tho other night and ns bo left tho O a closo second, but wo failed to lenrn Btago throo women sprang forward tho exact figures. and embraced him. Ha got loose r fk n ..hi. 0 wiUiout bolng Hobsonlczd. mis-tuk- Now boost for Hickman's big day. CABINET MOVING-DAY- . DICIvV-Din- ciIko of the porch. A dlii'onsolute bird was. lie, tat on tho o rr.oon nt three In West Pulton. a well known u' J, lior uomlso f paralysis which 0 L". 1 . :v anJ i I'rather t larlotlo ;. Claronco nud Iluhhard ll If! O iJ Mix Ix)uUo At attended tho Elks y City, Thursday T Ih t '" l ' 'k Uifr i. r jir t w last week, Mrs. H. h. '1 a largo number k and "GOO," of Hno tables, Tho win much Inter-Kru- lt candy wan Karnes. An was enjoyed. f Woodland, wns of tin, 1 np-i"- 0 to ad, " ft thr a, j rchant, who don't ause you aro so Mm not often seen ' to town oiid liv allzo ho was ink. you woro dimes? utio was alio to do fs' r, In overy In-I ( ' tro f, h, i: "th r0n tho county r with his nflmo. and slock; you In ( Hla little wife Hew to the edee of the porch crumb With n In her beak; nibbles the lletwven sha'd slffU and frets "Thcae eaves are good O aa any we'll set. O ckT" So wherefore another we W. S. Long, of Union City who Is ono of Obion county's most practical Soma of thoso who attended tho "Hut thn folks In thti Hat are going to move, nnd successful market gardeners tolls Pair last week, at Union City: Robt. 'd mlM little Judy and Ted, us that ho this year raised two crops Hallow, Mrs. T. A, Lcdford, Mrs. J. T And w. their mother U careful the cloth And of corn on tho s.iino ground. Tho cor Dillon, T. T. Swnyno and family, Mrs. shake, acalter niRi.i on planted was tho Silver Mine. Ho J. O. Stubbu, N. Holcombo, Than Hog And a. rapt the porch, theybread. cako. and pleces ot planted tho first crop very early In 1.T8, Misses Nannlo nnd Hazel Me- March wo believe. Tho corn had theuy, Miss llertlo Clover, Tom Dll "Now others forget that to us ahould apply hardened by July 1, and ho planted Ion nnd wlfo, Mrs. Ella Hortwlck, Mrs The rule about 'brotherly love. And they, mix up the crumbs and the tho land with tho seed tbnt hnd grown Stoo Stahr and children, Mrs. Knto too. thcro this year, planted tho second Heaves, Mrs. J. C. Ellison, Elizabeth Aminhe, aweep the porch, and they they h 'llert 'Shool' crop tho first week In July. Tho Reeves, J. W, Morris, Misses Efflo get ready." Mid Picky, "we move!" second crop Is about ns good ns tho nnd Huflo Hrucr, Mrs. Val Carpenter, So while not yot hnnl would do A. K. Mitchell, Cormnn Vanco and first and Grape Fruit Salad. to feed to stock. Troy News llannur. wlfo, Henry CIny and wlfo, For tho hostess who has not a "butler," nnd makes her own salads, this Is a fashionable and tasty recipe. It may bo sorved In the shell, halvrd. but Is better removed, aa tho rind Imparts n bitter taste and all tho pulp must bo Bhreddod from the white. Serve It ns near the shape of the as possible. ''Sweeten slightly. and u.Id chopped nuts or celery (some like both), nnd top off with mayon naise drape fruit Is good preserved, but reaulies sugar In the proportion of t The Packard needs no brass band thrveiiuartors-pln- t to of the It wins its way on pulp. accompaniment. good-alicd S. I). Luton, wife nnd chldrun, together with Dr. Joo Luton and wife, wont to Union City, Saturday, to tho Pair, and from thcro went to Pulton, where they remnlned over Sundny. Mrs. S. D. Lute n was joined In Union City by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hcadles, of Florence, Ala., who nro now visiting her horo. 0 Tho story Is told of an editor who recently wroto n "puff for tho bello of tho ball, saying: "Her dainty feet were Incased In shoos that might hnvo been taken for fairy boots," but tho blundering compositor mado it read: "Her dirty feet wcro incased In shoes that might havo been taken for ferry boats." "To think that just aa we're nicely fixed. And the hair ami the trlnca io carefully mixed. That we've got to move." said he. f Arrangements mado with Clay T. Vanco by tho management of tho Lyric will glvo tho residents of Hickman nn opportunity of witnessing Lent II. Parker's new American drama, "Tho Pinal Settlement," which will bo tho atttactlon next Wednesday, Oct. 13th. Tho play 13 said to bo founded upon facts and tho characters living, breathing counterparts of pressocial ent dny American men nnd women moving In a class. Tho presenting company, headed by Miss Marlon Sherwood, is an unusually strong ono, and tho engagement will bo ono of tho real dramatic events of tho season. much-discusse- Socfiard half-pin- Uomory r Mdually faded from d are now only u r ncu 0 Ptin'i " merit alone, and is content to do so. The verdict of those who wear this shoe is its most valuable advertising asset. Genuine worth, like truth, is a permanent quality. SoU. M. I Safety; I When you have your prescriptions filled at the Hickman Drug Company's store, you can rest assured that only the Purest and Best Drugs are employed in compounding. That when handle your prescription except skilled, compent pharmacists it is a guaranteed of safety. , Only 1 or ti, . rl hi l. it Mmsa it, Hiukniou 8 of any kind that W rlionjiur than 20 ' Jeurn ago. for thut ' withstanding tho r.' Bhortcr, wagos "'1 CXDUIIHOH irronlnr ' Of COUrHO iru frnm 4n ' SJ.SO $4.00 Sola b? 15.00 lnUtjl.( Brockton, KrnmcstilcB aro a dainty dish for luncheon," Served with potato chips on a garnished platter they aro Invlt Inc. To mnko them, roll a tcasnoon fill of chopped meat In a pleco of ba con. Coat this with batter and fry six or olght minutes In deop fat. A New Invention, Is tho In vention of n uian In Minnesota. It Is of metal and Is designed to form a spring bearing for thu covor propor. lis object Is to make the ordinary ton more secure, to avoid wasto and spoil' lug. A now "Kromeikles." i PACKARD CO., maUrt - Mass. cover for fruit Jars Incorporated. In her. Muci-- r FORJALE! 320 Acres of Fine Bottom Land. Well located, behind the levee, No better land in the bottom for cotton, corn and Cleared land thli year will brine $12 50 to S15.00 an acre. Will make terms easy. a. I InThAt Ii. Ami tin, Virtue lis lever yw Hint tlilna rtftht. . which For In truth It all bni-to ua II iiin l buck comes 11 John D. Hock-fcll- r ) ilo l I On the Streets (""- ,inM I !" J A. Stubba and wlfo nro visiting relatives In Mound City. t"M' M" l"M' Heard Just What You Neei Ernest nnd J. F. Fnll ami Leo tar tor wero hero from Fulton Tuesday hoM It tni with Itoss Cheshire, of Nashville, was htm who tin On thl elenr lisrp tho guest Sunday of Miss .Mabel Wll In dulcet tones son. 'hut KcttlnR out and thlngi dolnc Mrs. I. D. Prlco has rot timed from la much th dim Forfait Wear You need new Scarfs, new Stocks, new Collars nev w; ' Hosierv. new Waistinss. new Drss P.rr.rl YVt cai , . i .vl tne i supply you wim lL. oest, me newest andi the most rea: onably priced of all these lines. a. r principal b Mrs. Allco Murphey", of. Fulton, was duet Tpon whatever ilajr tho guest of Mrs. Allison Tyler first It fnll or tnu week. now that It will to come back Logan Dulguld nnd wlfo nnd bnby you That la. If It coma havo returned from a visit to t'nlon -r DOINGS AT DORENA. hack at all. City nnd Fulton. pleasant thua to What Is wrong with Dorena? Miss Mario Ilrovard spent last week It nnil think Without nn effort near Union City with relatives nnd Hurnls Fields was In Hickman Satof the bruin, urday. attended tho Fair. V have, ono'a fancies chlma an J clink Mrs. Ulgglns went to Hickman last Mra. Henry Hawkins returned Sun IJke little llnki day from Dawson Friday. Springs. Her health upon a chain; Is much Improved. la th aum of two and two, Leslie Stoker of Hickman, was hero Four Iuwn hill will roll the roundeit ball. Ami all till nun will come back to you Sunday. Mrs. Julia Hngnn nnd daughter, That la. If they come back at all. Ella, aro visiting Mrs. Hagan'a son, Jack Whlto had business in Cbarlrv Tho atari are thlnlng In the night, Silvester, nt .Mound City, III. ton Monday. Tht rnln la generally wet. all we might If we'd rrineinlx-W. 0, Dornnn spent part of Satur There'd be aome thlnss we'd not forget. Cassle Doss was shopping Iri Hickday nnd Sunday in Dycrsburg with Tho cloudless ky by day la blue, ' Saturday. man To walk, a child must learn to crnwl-A- ml his relatives, Gcorgo Dclvccchlo and all thlnga will come back to you; wife. Sickness is reported no better In That la. It tlify come back at all the community. Miss Annlo Cowglll left Saturday A tree hns leaves upon each bough. The grass rtows best upon the ground. afternoon for Nauhvlllo whero she Jack Hlnshaw moved to East Prai- No horns are on the muley cow. will spend soveral weeks" with friends Deaf people cannot hear a sound rie last Thursday. Hut more than that I hold It true: and relatives. And prophet-lik- e the word I bawl: Farmers aro making preparations All thlnga aome day come back to yo- uMiss Snrah Cresap nnd Ilov. John Tor gathering corn. come back at all. That la. It they Dean, both of Ulnton. Ivy., woro mar Thurman Pickett Is making Misrlcd at the Usona Hotel In Fulton, souri his home again. Monday evening. loam, V hat though making n visit lo tht friends. Union City relntlvo and Ellison Bros. t.1 Jew I Silks and Dress Goods in plain . 5QC to fa 1 New Silks in all the leading shades z and . and striped. v, o-m- ch J 2 r We have on our shelves the seasons most nnnla Woolen Dress Goods in all the newest shades, includin plain and fancy Serges, Broadcloth, Striped Suitings, etc ranging in price from 50c to $1 .50 a yar .... Underwear Lndics', Misses', Children's, Boys' nnd Men's Fnll Underwear in metlmm .J extra heavy weights, in llccced and heavy derby nbbed, a suit 25c to $1 5 QldMan Giddles their breath. J. O. King is buying hogs for Jim lllngo. of Wolf Island. A. H. Henderson, of Medley, had business here Saturday. bad business In East Prairie last Thursday. Lonnlo Dyasseo Lots of children by are scolded men with the scent of cloves on Tho colored Baptist Association of this district is In session In Hick man this week. They have quite a largo attendance. .a ,1". uvvvoou. ill b tur LUk nrff-n1ta thla J V . Vn.. KIX UU tVU " Hil. goods at lowor prices right now at 1 .. r-v. r . T TJ v t-11 Comforts, Blankets and Quilts Lomlorts, large size in nice robe designs, top nnd lining, each SI to 25 10-Blankets in cotton nnd nil wool, nice, new, fresh stock, nnd 14, ranging mprl from 00c to $8.50 per pJ 4 1 Bigger Hall and John Pickett bad business in Charleston, Monday. Sam Leo and wife, of Anntston, visited friends hero first of tho week. Will Hlggins and Guy Hall went to Medley Saturday night to attend n dance. Mrs. Georgia Klrkendol, of Blythes-vllle- , Is spending a few days wltb rel- atives. John Stltb, of Plnhook, passed hero Saturday en route to Hickman with a load of fish. Roy Stocking missed several days from school last week on account of When a man sneezes between senan abcess on his leg. tences while telling you of a sure cure for cold In the head, you must fall A protracted meeting began at Lo- back on your M judgment. cust Grove Monday night He v. Is doing tho preaching. Don't think your chronic Invalid friend Is better when he smiles. He Claude Maddox has returned to his homo In Charleston, after spending several weeks wltb his father, John Maudox. Mo-the- A pessimist Is a man who believes that thorn Is deceit In the II. C. Holm leaves tomorrow to nt wagging of a dog's tend n meeting of tho Kentucky tall. ngents of tho Mutual Benefit Life Ezra Timms has Insurance Company, nt Louisville. an ambition to go down to fame as the J. T. Jlrady has sold to W. II, man In town. Ezra will wake up when he tries, to think who Walker 60 acres of land In tho Ban nctt precinct In the southern part of held that Job five years ago. tne county for 13000. Clinton Ga m After long and thoughtful considera- zette. tion, I have arrived at tho conclusion Iter. K. S. Nalfoh, a student In tho that money doesn't care who spends Baptist Seminary at Louisville, and it. While many a roso Is born to blush Geo. Itasbld, of 'New York, wero the unseen, let us realize that even the guests of Alex, and SudoNnlfch, Wed dollar aplece onea wither unseen. nesdny. best-dresse- ... bed bprends, in white marsailes, medium nnd extra large size $lto2.5l Wash Goods Never before was there such an assortment of Wnsh Goods, including fad striped Suitings, Ginghams; rcrcalcs nnd Mercerized Wnistings in plain and itnp effects. Prices . 10 to 50c a yi We invite you to call and inspect these goods nnd see for we have just what we advertise. yourielf til Tho New Sunny South show boat well known In Hickman, sank during the big storm last week In the low er river. Sho sank In deep water and practictlly everything on board was lost. Hiram Fuqua, Helm DROPPED ' & Co. TELEPHONE Hickman Ttlephon OIRECTCl Several young people from hero attended a dance given at tho home of Miss Iluth Gbheen, at Bayouvllle. last Saturday night. C. L. Walker will may have discovered a now symptom to talk about. Tho Fulton County Teachers' meets at Woodlawn School Smedloy, tho defaulting coun ty clerk McCracken county Is afrn.u Houau near Fulton, on October 1C. to trust a Jury ot-- that county to try This association will conveno In each of his caso and has asked for a change of tho four educational dltlloiis Fulton county, tho dates of hlo meetof venuo. Hiram Is an unlucky name ings to bo announced later. you know. baby boy of .Mr. Tho nnd Mrs. John Conner, who reside on tho Tyler plnco In tho lower bottoms, died Wednesday night. Tho remains wero laid to rest In Now Hope DEAD. start a force of men to laying concrete walks In the It is a smart child that can recognew "Southern Heights Addition" to- nize Its own smartness after its pa- cemetery today. morrow. The material is now on tho rents have told It a few times. O ground. WOODLAND MILLS NEWS. Optimism Is what leads us to refer glowingly to the "political career" of ' Mrs. If. E. Curtln visited his paronta J. M. Held spent Thursday in a man who has been mentioned for Sunday. Union City wltb Mrs. Hardy Llggon. assessor. J. E. Coz will visit his parents nt Dyor tho later part of tho week. II. L. Curlin won tho blue ribbon on his mule at tho Un Ion City Fair. Tho property purchased from Geo. Holm by Giles Bond and better known as the old Dr. Itoblnson place, In the west 'part of town, has been aurvoyed Into town lots and streets aro being graded this week. This tract con tains about 10 acres. Mr. ISond ox pecta to open this plnco an a su burban nddltlon to Hickman in n short time. Tom Hombs, a negro, was tried In Judgo Naylor's court Tuesday on a charge of obtaining money by fnlau pretenses from S. L. Dodds. Hombs lived at Wlngo, and reprcsontcd to Mr. Dodds that $10 was necessary to bring n bunch of cotton pickers to Hickman. Mr. Dodds furnished tho money but tho negro used It nnothvr way. Ho was bound over to await tho action of tho grand jury. In the Graves circuit court this week, tho caso of Edgar Jonex by his Hensu" Forrest, ago about CO years, dropped dead at the breakfant tablo, at tho homo of his daughter. Mrs. D. Jones, In tho Ilrownsvlllo neighborhood, yesterday mumlng. Ho was nppurvntly In tho best of health up to within a tulnuto of his dcmlno Mr. Forrost was a farmer; hns re sided In this vicinity for IS or 20 years and was well known hero. Ilo Is survived by ono child, nt whose homo his death occurred. Heart trou blu Is said to havo bcun tho cnuo of duatn. His remains wero burled nt Antloch today at 11 o'clock. Wo aro unablu to get further par- tlculars.at this time. idpenji-- l Cwpirj, C S 614 lia.l. w It W llallow. 63 Hallow A L 644 W llalluw. B. Dulcl).l J 3$ 20 111 UU-Tfrt- ti Primer I" 1) Curili.. Cotton Dr & Adams 1S2 Dodds t o 1 35 Dodds to, J F 34 3- f tS.l t S. LI Mp Dodds, Fulton Karris, W A -3 Daui. A A W, A, 23 22 I aunty Court HAVE "YOU" Miss ICatorlno Burrus will begin PAID YOUR MERCHANT? Pay him cash over the counter or by check on your banker. If by cash do you know, positively know, your account was credited with the payment? In case the merchant was busy and forgot to give you credit you might have to pay the account again no such "bad luck" when you pay by check. When your bank book is balanced the indorsed and cancelled check is returned to you and is a legal receipt for amount paid. No matter how small your income it is your interest to open an account with a home bank and handle your finances in a strictly business manner pay all bills by check the one safe way. We shall be glad to have your account. -- taking violin lessons at tho Hall-Mody Institute, at Martin, Saturday. Tho llttlo girl baby of Cato Davis, Jr., Frances Mcllea, won tho prize at tho Union City Fair last week. Mills High School was visited by J. M. Uryco, of Troy, this week. Ho mado a very Interesting tnlk which was appreciated by both pupils nnd teachers. Woodland next friend against tho M. & O. rail road for personal Injuries received by falling or being thrown from ono of 81. defendant's trains, .tho jury gavo a Edgar Branham, manager of the verdict for tho defendant. Tho do- "JAYVILLE JUNCTION" COMINO. fenso to tho action was that the boy tile factory, In having great success Tho Indies of the Presbyterian They aro turning out a very satis was "beating his way" on n freight factory grado of tiling and cannot train and fell off tho cars. The ac church havo mado arrangements to cident occured at Cayco nnd the boy present tho vory droll and t near supply tho demand. was badly maimed, "Jayvlllo Junction" lu comlc'cn-tcrtulumon- PER CAPITA INCREABuJ. 8 Gray, H L Uvcrr child of school nco In Fulton 12 Hickman 1'actiW Co, ... county receives 14.22 this year for 10 Helm & 1 li oa school purposes, which Is an Increase 21 Hickman Courier of tit conts over tho per cnplta last to. 9 Hlckmaii year. I I"" lu 48 HI. km. Tho amount allowed tho county out II! lllrkman Von Co. turned over to Miss Dora Smith, It U .. i.i.i.... ,., ii nlmre Co. lug balanco of tho taxes collected on W 11 Hubbard & Mackfort dogs In Fulton county ufter paying 63 Hickman lurx for tho sheep killed by dogs. Tho amount alolwed tho county out -3 Klug Noni of tho Statu School Is f 17.203.- & IaJ1 l" i i Ledford Moore, Hank il Newton J.i .2C Hlchmon ! 2 Illce. N L. 14 S' f A Til. " Illce, L, t O CITIZENS TICKET. After hating mado commont on oth er pages rnncorulng tho coming city election nnd noting that no candidates had announced up to this day, wo loarn now as wo go to press that a citizens' ticket will bo mado up as follows: Dovlco--dov- Hickman Furniture Go. IrlNCOHI'ORATUO. Hickman, Friday night, 22nd at tho 43 Bpcisn B' Lytic. 77 Smith & vam,t i This entertainment always has been 25 Sudbi rrv successful whero over glvon. A largo 6- -2 Self. Tom Cft fiiu of local talent wilt taku part, 1 south, rn coached and rehearsed by Miss Anna 1X Mario Anton, of Memphis, Tenn., who THE- Funeral Directors And Embalmers.. HICKMAN BANK OLDEST BANK IN FULTON COUNTY, Capital and Surplus, $65, 000.00 Candl latest U. G. lon, Sr. For Counclluion: Halo, n. M. Islcr, C. O. Scblenkor, C. K. Unltzor. O. U. Powell and C. P. Shuumto. Dil- and ollvo branch, For Mayor, Tom Hickman, TlpAn Nq. Kentucky to enjoys a most excellent reputation as u directress and Is endorsed by (he presa of all the Southern States and lu fact in all places whoro sho has presented her productions. i3h . . Tov r,l 1' W IJJ Otll 36 Wbf r. k. b. O F.dwln Fuqua Is working In Union room cottar City for (i fow weeks. - dW ' ,, r t" Til j j D MeCLURE WRITES. OFFICERS ELECTED. Paris, Ky., Oct. 3, iaoa. "r r. f , 1.1 1 J t Pr,lB1,, n ,nl,,!r 'rom 1,10 Field would Intorctt your r ' ".,m" ,rjr' n,I,,,,8t ho .J commotion of n hotel lobby, n tcrso description of tho worn. IU uu uuar.M)! j FOR SALE! Seven Choice West Hickman Lots The following wcro elected Stow aids of tho Methodist church, at tho 4th Quartcily Conferonco hold Mon day evening: V. A. Johnston. .1. Why VCAN YOU BUY SOME COURT NEWS. Real Estate: Addle R. Nolcn to Smoot Harris, lots In fculton, 2iu0. W. It. Cruce to R. W. Stalling., at utcd WC In theso progres A. Thompson. T. Itandlo. Kd Adams. A. O. Cari.thcrs. lull uumi hi. niiiiu' At a bargain. Wc sell county, our first effort, i i t- singly or as a whole. i. nco of n llurloy Tobacco i: ling, whore nn effort wan . ,j. to got th" hoys to "sign , l i ' Into tho pool, which wo ." u Unrned Uiey did. County , v.,"ii alto In tension, nnd a ..w and "swopping day" was ed with, of flno nnd fnnev hnnm I ' Mint It nlwnyt Irresistible Tests of flno riding by young men i n mirage farmer. Tho Salva- - ana womon nnd boys and clrln i y was alto In evldcnco In leading featuro of tho last day, and i g niul In contoquenco tho ma enthuilatm aroused could well im , Institute was overshadowed oicuicd as Kentucky, anil nvnorlnllv i attraction. Illuo I.tck Ilarrlton county, havo reason to bG whi te wo held an Institute, proua of tholr flno horses and tho In tho f , Jal Intorett to ut. If wo flno horsemanship displayed r l.c or interest io mo rural training and management of this pro from tho fact that thlt It duction of Kentucky toll and atmos-phoro- . r It was estimated that 2500 ar rtort In this and tho ccn r i of the State at tho Illuo peoplo wore In attendance, nnd the .; . I it have undoubted curntlvo wonder was expressed, wlicro they ami a bottlliiK plant It In an camo from. s that It flrtt clan In Its Much Interest was manifested In and wo were Informed Ilia tho sovoral lectures given, nnd tho ( ' ; i; wafer Is thlppcd to many lecturer had to bo well up on his iJ of tho ttato. j i. subject to answer them. Thnt n . t i!t pioneer days, was foiiRlit great Interest was aroused In mod, battle between tho early ern methods was ovldenccd In tho a j m.J the lnitlnni. At Piqua, groups that gathered around tho apes : I. .!i county, seven miles dls ern at tho close of each session to rc wo next lectured, wo ask questions along tho lines of thort. that tho Indians en ough bred hogs, corn, wheat and al t' J i,"-battle of Illuo Kick, and falfa. Tho night session at Kerry was of Indian relics was on overflow meeting although tho i iMon a' .. that were picked tip at tho housa occupied was capable of hold i , it f c Indian encampment and Ing an audience- of COO. Wo hopo I ' 1 .wii to tho present gunera-- , .hut Fulton county will mako an ef!r tlitlr ancettnrs; that thlt Is fort to havo an cnhuslastlc Instltuto will admit when It Is pulled off at Fulton. Wo I 1.. your readers v.. itnto that this point Is will advise you later as to tho date ' c. miles from ft railroad and and force of lecturers that will bo In ' - V - m! those living hero who tho county. r . r been out of tho county. JOHN A. McCl.URK. u'l v Oc t 2, wo finished up th Director 3rd Agricultural Dint ssful meeting of the tea-- r t. t O . was at llcrry. Harrison floral and fancy needle Conductor Kills Martin, who was ;l.iy was especially nttrac-- t Injured In a railroad wreck at k (mpbatlzed tho fact that it Tenn., on Sept. 1G, Is a ravt "J wiV' i and daughter can vie ing maniac as a result of tho Injury v with their city sisters In to his head. It Is thought that there i if work Flno harness and Is a blood riot on his bralu and an r rxk ' exhibited cmphailted operation may bo resorted to to re t" r wn that Kentucky Is accredit- - move It. iMf 4 ELLISON BROS. J. 13. Fuq'.n. I'oi Sunday School Superintendent, F. T. Handle was for tho First Methodist church and E. NffDa vie for tho West Hickman Chapol. will bo Tho Annual Conferonco held at Greenfield, on Novombor 10. NOTICE. All parties holding claims against tho cstato of Mrs. Mlttlo King, do ceased, nro hereby notified to present For tamo nt onco for allowance. convenience, thoy mny bo left at the storo of Nnlfeh Ilros., In Hickman, or mall to tho undersigned. E. L. King, Admr., Union City, Tenn, R P. I) No. 7. - y,' BETTER GOODS AT LOWER PRICES AT E. R. Ellison's : i " iit'-'- Fiscal Court. Fiscal Court convened at tho Court Houso In Hickman for tho regular October term, Judge W. A. Naylor this store cets the cash for everv sale ricrht now. presiding. wero Tho thus saving the loss and waste necessary to the credit business. present: following magistrates Whip-pl- o R. A. Browder, O. W. This savin is taken off the price to you, and you get much and W. T. Shnnklln. 0 Claims against tho county wero allower prices. In upholding a decision of tho Mclowed, including assignees claims and Crackcn circuit court In n caso In road claims. which a Jury gavo plaintiff Judgment Claims' amounting to $C3 wero alfor $1000 damages for Injuries caus fast sales, so that we have lowed for sheep killed by dogs In tho then low prices make ed by an automobile, tho court of ap county slnco tho April term. Theso peals lays down the doctrine that au to get shipments of new goods every week; keeping our stock claims are paid out of the oog tax, tomobiles nro nenrly as deadly and always new, fresh and uptodate. At this store you always get tho balanco of which goes Into tho much more dnngcrous than street car school fund. or railroad trains. J. W. Morris, special commissioner, filed a settlement with J. T. Scat, which was ordered to lay over thirty days tor exceptions. The salary of tho County SuperinBBMSWSJSjgj tendent of Schools was increased fron 17c to 20c a pupil. ...CASH STORE.... r land, 17o. R. W. Stalllngs to T. K. Williamson, land, ui)0. S. D. Luten to Henry Clay, lota In Has Hickman, JGG0. L. D. Nichols to W. C. Latta, lots In Crutchtlcld, GG0. W. It. Dlnford to J. It. Houso, 40 acres land, $1G50. Knla Elks to C. T. nutter, lot la West Hickman, $700. h. II. Ingram to J. J. C. Hondurant, 40 acres land, fooiHG. J. O. Allen to J. W. and Clarenco Williams, 27 acres land, $800. Because: The Newest and Best AT THE LOWEST PRICES NEW8 FROM 8TATE LINE. O. D, - SALE. O Thrclkcld waa Clark was In "Union city, RUSH CREEK ITEMS. On Plan That Benefits the Buyer and Increases the Merchant's Trade. "I want to outline a successful sale plan that wo have used and which Is about the best ono we havs ever tried. It Is not original with me. I think it was worked out and' first used by a store In some town in Wisconsin. Wo obtained the plan through a shoe salesman. Should the originator of the Idea read this article I wish to offer him my apologies for reproducing his plan," writes an Iowa mere Monday. W. D. In Union City, Tuesday. Dr. D. C. Maddox Is In Memphis this week. Miss Leila Shaw Is in Union City for a few days. C. L. Hall and wlfo were In Union City, Wednesday. Mr. Walter Crostlc and family visited the family of Air. Oscar Turner, of Harmony, Sunday. re-gra- Everybody la busy gathering corn and ploughing for wheat. Some have finished while others aro beginning to sow. Corn is selling $2.75 per barrel at Cayce. It has been flno weather for harvesting the corn crop. 1 FALL AND.. WINTER L 8 RERCUlS Clothing, We are very anxious to show you our line whether ) it be either Men's, Boys or Children's Suits. CI There is a new feature in every garment and we can and will please you. (u We guarantee our high grade clothing to be the latest creations in high class hand made garments and & will hold its shaoe until worn out. Q Be sure and let us prove to you i ..i why you should buy your suit nere. til. N Mens Suits $7.50 to $20.00 ll Boys Suits I X $2.00 to $7.50 Childrens Suits $1.50 to $5.00 1 liik Bros. Drv Goods Co. It Is reported that Rob Roper will make a visit to his old home soon. It has been two years sincoRob and W. J. Maddox visited his son, John, chant. Sale.' his Interesting family left' for Cali"It Is called a at Fulton last Saturday. The Idea of the sale Is to give tlx fornia and his many friends and relSeno from "Tho Final Settlement." Mrs. Hattlo Itoper and children wen articles, or gardt, for the price of five. atives will give him a cordial welat tho Lyric Wednesday night. The statement made In our bills, Is: In Union City Tuesday. 'No matter what you buy, dress goods, come. E. Shaw and L. I). Maddox will shoes, furnishing goods, notions, caliP. Prlco Henry has a lovely houso In coes, ginghams, outing flannels, hats, visit Memphis this week. gloves, ribbons, handkerchiefs, hose, course of erection. Wo will bo callupon before long to give up our Miss Fannlo LIndor attended tho dishes, canned fruits, canned vege- ed tables, glassware, or any other goods near neighbor, though tlmo and Union City Fair last Saturday. can nover sever our lasting that we carry In stock (with the exMrs. Kd Townsend visited her moth ception of goods on which we aro al- friendship. Tho house Is on the old ready making a special low price, and Henry place not far from Mr. Israel er, Mrs. Mary Shaw, last week. the list of specials advertised else- Clark. J. M. Roper and family attended where In this ad.) you only pay for five, but you get six.' tho Union City Fair last Friday. NOTICE TO PUULIC. "In order to make the sale ttlll n f Miss Molllo Shuck Is spending a more effective we selected a few This is to notify tho public that articles which we marked very fow days nt Union City this week. low, and then excluded them from the hereafter I shall not bo rscponslblo Miss Jennie Matson has returned regular list. Of course, tor any debts or other obligations that It It It desired to move such lines as may bo contracted by my son, George from a visit to Union City relatives. cloaks and clothing, of which you Reeves, who Is a minor. E. E. Reeves Airs. Swann Durrus and daughter, could hardly expect to sell five to one Hickman, Ky. 17-p Miss Mary wcro In Hickman, Tuesday family, they can be excepted from the list and a price be made Mrs. Chas. Sowoll hns returned on them. CALLED HOME. "When we sold Ave pairs of shoes, from a visit to her brother, at May-fielor of any other line, we would take Mrs. Nattle Leo Bowen, wife of the average price of the five and al- Emory Bowen, ago 23 years, died at low this amount on the sixth pair. D. II. Toombs and family aro at "This sale has many strong points. the home of her mother, Mrs. Llnder Ilosebud, Ark., tho guests of relatives In the first place, it is based on the Edwards, near this city, Oct. Gth, of there. principle that nothing will have quite consumption. Deceased and her husband resided Quito a number of people from hero the Influence In getting people to money with you as that near Jordan until a short time ago, havo been shopping In Union City leave their of giving them something for nothing. when tho unfortunate lady returned this week. . It Is the extra yard or pound or article to tho homo of her childhood to Bpend James P. Maddox and wlfo havo re- that talks. tho fow remaining days of life. She addition to all theso points. It Is turned from Now York and other a "In that can ho used equally well Is survived by her husband and two plan s eastern points. for almost any occasion, and at any children; also her mothor, six Mrs. J. P. Lcggate, Mrs. Settime of the year, and one which will T. A. Prathcr, wlfo and daughters, not, I think, grow old. It It be made a tle' Griffey, Miss Elma, Hazel, Paullittle Misses Mary and AIlco attend- regular annual event. ino and Daisy and two brothers ed tho Fair at Union City last Satur"That this is a successful sale plan Davo and irvln. She was born and day. was shown by the fact that when we reared In tho Brownsville neighborwero running it our competitor put W. It. Clark and wife, Misses Iless on a sale and got out bills In which hood, whore Bhe was loved by all who Ilopcr and Mary Uurrus aro nttendlng he called attention to the fact that knew her. Early In life alio became tho Unptlst Association at Shlloh the prices ho was making were lower a member of tho Methodist church, prices, and still living a consistent Christian life. than our church near Arlington, this week. we got the crowds. It was but natural, Funeral services were conducted Isaac Shuff has been shipping qulto however, that wo should, because peo- Wednesday by Rov. J. W. Waters; a lot of very flno apples of late. Mr. ple are always attracted by something burial at city cemetery. Sliuft's apples nro the finest In this free." Tho relatives and friends have tho O section and havo brought good prices sympathy of their many frineds. on the maVkets. LEVEE MEETING NOTICE. Mrs. G. W. Whipple nnd daughter, Miss Ircno Faris left Monday mornAll persons Interested In tho conMrs. II. Whipple came near being ser struction of a levco around West Hick- ing for St. Louis whero she will vis-I- t iously Injured last Monday by their man, aro hereby notlflou to attend a relatives for a month, and attend horso becoming unruly and turning ineotlng at tho Opera Houso, Wednes- the Veiled Prophets and Centennial. tho buggy over in a ditch, huckly, day afternoon at 2 o'clock. This meet After her visit thore, she will spend thoy escaped without serious Injury. Ing Is called for the purposo of dis- several weeks In Pad u cab. with Mrs. HMU9J cussing ways and mtjans for proceed- Roy McKlnnoy. O ing with this work. O known as Grant Powell, A darky If you nro n property ownor. In Joseph Dacus, ugo 7, died at the from Madrid liend, was adjudged West Hickman, an interested citizen In Judgo Nuylor's court this or merchant, don't fnll to bo present. homo of his son near Water Valley, to tho Monday, of consumption. Ho was tho morning and ordered sent It means much to Hickman to accomasylum. plish this work, and every Interested fathor of R, L. Dacus, of Fulton, and two other sons. Tho funeral serdaughter and man can well afford to neglect his Geo. Helm, wlfo and long enough to attend tho vices wero held Tuesday afternoon by Annlo Holm Ellison returned Satur- business Rov. J. W. Wators, of this city, and day from Texas, whuro they havo meeting. COMB WITHOUT FAIL. Interment at Pleasant tllll. O been visiting relatives. O G. 11. Ilassett, of Hopklnsvlllo, who Dr. 8. K. Davidson nnd A. O. NOTICE: Tho Standard Oil Co., In the mllltla against the aro expecting to recelro tholr saw service night riders, and had charge of the will hereafter deliver coal oil and now auto this week. soldiers stationed at Hickman, was gasoline on Monday, Wednesday and t, J. J. J. C. Hondurant made a busi- offered tho placo of Assistant Adju- Friday only. Phono 61. Moso Agont, iZlt tant uonoral but declined It. ness trip to Union City yesterday. dls-tanwell-know4 sis-ter- i Bar-kot- Local J m Charming Millinery Flour. $1 n year. FALL DRUGS Use "Sansparlcl" jtyks Subscrlbo lodny. Thirsty? Frosh Oystors Crescent Cafe., HEO Is whn. you need. How do you like tho city tlckolT Are On Display In Our New Balcony Millinery Department We do not wish to hnvc you think that drugs and medicines change as do the fashions, but the change of seasons bring the need for entirely different things from the drug store. For every change and every need we arc well supplied as our long experience in the drug business in this section, serves us well in keeping our stock right. There'll be no need that you may have that cannot be supplied instantly from our stock. Depend on us for your drug needs. Hot coffoo at all hours Croscont. Movlna pictures every nlaht at the LYRIC, Elvis Halo, of Pembroke, this week. Is hero Tho best coffoo you over drank at tho CrcsconL Fresh Oystors, any quantity, at the Crescent Cafo. If Us a swell pair of pants you want, try Schmidt. Seo our lino of new Tost Cards. Hlcknia.i Drug Co. H. N. Scat, of Crutchflctd, spent Sunday In Hickman. Helm TURN YOUR MONEY LOOSE. Mr. Drown keeps a boarding house Around tho tablo sit his wife, Mrs. Jlrown; the village milliner, Mrs. Andrews; Mr. Black, the baker; Mr. Jordan, the carpenter; Mr. Hatnloy, tho seed and lumber merchant. Mr. Brown took $10 out of his pocket book and handed It to Mrs. Brown with the remark that there was $10 toward tho $20 ho had promised her. Mrs. Brown handed the bill to Mrs. Andrews, the milliner, saying, "That pays for my now bonnet." Mrs. Andrews In turn gave It to Mr. Jordan, remarking that It would pay for tho carpenter work ho had done for her. Mr, Jordan handed It to Mr. Ilamlcy, requesting his receipted bill for lumber. Mr. Hamley gave It to Mr. Brown, saying, "That pays $10 on my board." Mr. Brown passed It to Mrs. Brown saying he bad now paid her the $20 he had promised. Sho In turn paid Mr. Black to setUo her pastry and bread account. Mr. Black handed It to Mr. Hamley, asking for tho account flour bill, says Durand Courier. Mr. Hamley again remarked that It settled for that month's board Mr. Brown nut It in his pocket remarking that no had not whAi-nunn- Ellison TELEPHONE BUILDING. Tho Obion County Telophono Company Is having now poles and wires put in and getting ready to Install nn exchange In Union City. Contract was mado with Mr. Wheeler, formerly of this city, to superintend tho work. and a better man could not easily bo found. Mr. Reynolds informs us that tho work will proceed until tho Inde pendent lino is In operation and that Union tho service will bo first-clasCity Commercial. Chas. Parham and wife spent day afternoon in Union City. 23c per bottlo. mam I Mon- Style that will hold the attention of every woman in Hickman and Our millinery department has always been a very important factor with us and more so this sea son since we ve made a new department for it. Our growth in this deoartmpnf is due to the fact that we show evy. bal-Peon- y TARPINE for coughs and colds Helm & Ellison. Miss Irono Farls left Morday for St. Louis to spoiul several i i.ys. Mrs. It. M. later went to Paducah, Monday, to visit her son, R. It Islur. Tho Kentucky Grand Lodge ofOdJ Fellows will meet at Mayfleld on Oct. 12. partment. erything that is new and pretty that is stylish and becoming, and a greater variety of styles than at any other "store. Come and see our now An. We think you'll like it. " '' V Mrs. J. I). Uousley returned Satur day from a visit with friends In Chicago. With A NEW LINE OF BEAVERS RECEIVED THIS WEEK- .- - nr.rv $1 r -- tl fancy vest for extra. Schmidt, tho Suits, Skirts and Coats In Styles to Suit Everyone There shouldn't bo any trouble In securing $2500 to pay tho expenses of an accurate and reliable survey of the lands to be reclaimed by levco and ditches In St. Johns Bayou bot torn, from Now Madlrd to Thrco States. Nothing can bo dona until tho preliminary survey is made . Mrs. Swann Burrus and daughter. Miss .Mary, of Stato Line, wcrohcro Saturday, Don't take any substitutes ask for "Sanspariel" Flour best on tho mar. ket today. J. A. Ilutson Is preparing to em bark In tho drug business at Col urn bus In a short tlmo. Tho Courlor prints ruoro local nows each week than any other local paper In Western Kentucky, New Madrid Record. We desire to call your attention department forj Here you will find a large and varied assortment of Suits, Coats and Skirts and Children's Cloaks and Jackets, in fact everything carried in an exclusive ladies ready-to-weto our ladies. ready-to-wear Comfort DrrIcKeol and wife, of Mayfleld, are hero, tho gucsU of Mrs. McKeel's sister, Mrs. D. B. Wilson. Mrs. P. H. Winston, of Sturgls, Ky is visiting her brother, F. E. Lutt rell and family this week. Mrs. A. M. Tyler and little son. Al llson, returned Friday from a visit to - But suppose that Mrs. Brown had sent to a mall order house for a new bonnet, then that $10 would havo gone out and never come back. Thero Is a moral, this: Spend your money with home merchants, and pay your debts so others can pay theirs, ar store. The garments arc of thejnost stylish character reflecting the latest modes, made up from the most fabrics and shown in the season's most popular shades, and best of all, the prices arc more reasonable than you'll find at any other store. relatives at Newborn, Tcnn. Mrs. Louise Clark, of Stato Line, visited her parents, J. W. Rogers and family a few days last week. Wo handle the eelobrated Sanspa rlel Flour, and guarantco every sack of It. Bottcrsworth & Prathor. o Mako the Farm More Attractive. You can do this telophone. You can make tho surrounding on your farm just as at tractive to your sons and daughters as It you were living in the heart of a big city. Our excellent service and attractive "Farmers' Line" rates are not to bo compared with the benefits derived. Call the manager. Cumberland Telephone &. Telegraph Company, Incorporated. O by installing a Quality Willie Amberg loft tho latter part of last week for Ann Arbor, Mich whore ho will attend law school, grand-daughte- , Mrs. L. Grace and Miss Roso Canisbell, left Tuesday for St. Louis to attend tho Centennial F. B. Luttrell left Tuesday for Shlloah, Ky., to attend tho Baptist Association. Ho was a dclegato from tho church of this city. IN SMITH THE JUNGLE STORE. & AMBERG TIME AT THC At thu north i nnd If one wtr polo It would onu'a watoh. Yi'u o'clock and cun t tel without wulVuu of day mttct.ai n pluco of nil menu with thu luvtalbl. right under htm ' N RTH F3LE CRACKED THE BUILDINGS. CHEAP 1 Speaking of tho earthquake shock last Monday tho Charleston Courier says: Hero the rumbling seemed to havo passed from tho south to the north, and the vibration was of suv oral seconds duration. In Cairo it is mild several brick buildings were cracked and tho shock was so sevcro that clocks wore stopped. Loose glassware clinked and created quite a commotion among thoso who wore not sound sleepers. Tho first shock was much lighter than the second one which was much longer and very se vere. RURAL PHONE PATRONS. Quality counts be deceived get ing direct from Kirk Shingle Co., In Shlnalet. Don't the best, by buy. the mill. Yates & Hickman, Ky. You can buy better goods and more of them nt B. R. Ellison's Cash Store for tho reason that this storo sells for cash only and for lower prices. COW FEED! MOONSHINE pii-aso-. r , 1 ' 1 ' I" J' " "L Style days. Mrs. II. F. Rcmley roturncd from Columbus, Saturday night on tho Fetors Leo. Sho has been visiting relatives at that place, for several hours ut onc. watch could b correct Hum lu Thonj used to l Oi ii ' ' 4 The management of tho Hickman Independent Homo Telephone Co., wishes, to announce that thoy are now ready to mako connection with all country lines ou cither side of Hickman. Tho company furnishes all equlpinont In the city and connects with your lines at tho limits for $10 per Hue and charges 7Ce a mouth for their exchange service. See A. V. Davis, Manager. T. N. Smith, our popular and well kitowa County Attorney, has nnnounc- v4 bto oandldacy for Mayor of Fulton. He will make a good one. Giraffe I'd llko a collar, C. M. Yates, of tho Yates & Kirk Monk You'll find tho stovepipes on Shingle Co., has decided to build a rcsldenco In Hickman and make this tho next floor down. his homo. Mighty glad to havo him O as ono of our people. MONEY TO LOAN. Mrs. Carrlo Netberly, daughter of I loan money at tho rate of 6 por Dick Ferguson, who lives near Jor cent por annum on farm lands In dan, died Monday of last week of con Obion and Weakly counties, Tonn., sumption. Her husband, J. Netherly, and In Fulton county, Ky. About one died about a year ago, half tho cash value of a farm will bo Rev. J. Ii. Moody, dan of Hall- - loaned. Loans mado lu sums of II,- Moody College at Martin, was mar- 000 or more for flvo years with privl ried Tut'sday at Princeton to Miss lego to borrower of paying samo after Juan Adamson, a former school touch-- r ono year In full or making any slzo In tho Paducah schools. Thu form- partial payment desired at Intervals of six mouths attor tho oxplratlon of er Is about 65 years old. one year, Interest being stopped on FOR SALE: Nlco homo, partial payments made. Call on or with bath room, sewer, etc., write. corner Carroll and Ohio stroeU. O. SPRADLIN. Union City, Tcnn. Prlco reasonable, terms to suit purO chaser. Heuson for offering for salo, If Its, In the rocory line, wu have to rout. J. F. & S, L. too valuable It, O. II. Mooro. l'fcouo No.4. Dodda' Co. A mixture of Hackle, Shucks, Small Grains of Corn, Silks, Etc., at 15c per wagon load, if hauled immediately, proxluiutluu to '1. north of Norway, U' of louKltudu days. Cuplalns of Ing schooners iU ,u convenient It thu tlmo of lloti.ii i that of CrulH ut looul tu r r - J s a ts. general Norwi-- ' dUpuuslble. Thu polo U tru. tho globo. Cook od south whlclK i He was more Hi." tho cuitr of in ' had stood ut wus greater thuu thu surface of U lino In his bund to thu iMile of ii' which ull stars r sturs hu could n half uuvor wmi ' und would hav out six mouths constellation or- ' around his horuou. W) stood directly over ' pc'i v I ' at gin. a i u" J. F, & S, L. Ootids Go, I! I Nothing equals our "Red Cross" shoes for ladies. Popular Prices Lt us put In your winter supply of Coal new. Aftsr 6spL 1. the price le A Cal Co. up Hlfrkma wlM f Bradley & Parham.. In locating tho new fountain, it has been found that tho railroad park uf- fords one of tho most comiiloto ontl- cut delusions over Been. Hardly ono nmn In u hundred can place hluisolf between thu two Kates. inlssiiiir It uuywhoro from C to 10 foot, but he will bet his all that he lu u direct lino between the two cato posts. Try It. l" ' l' )!ilf - - c ' ' 1 ho:- tro'J-- ' " OUR POSITION. $21.00 SPOT CASH The Round Table Road tho Courier. Schmidt, . the Tailor. In Memphis Iloai show Friday night, Is going to bo soma politics in tho coming election. That tho storm Is gathering low on tho horizon, and various forces nre quietly organizing and throwing up their bulwnrks of political intrlgiio. And that about tho last week In tho month a grand chnrgo will bo nindo which will ninko tho daring rush of tho Scotch dreys at gum-sho- It Is said that there Fcrd Ilcrendcs was business last week. relalivos on Mrs. W. A. Johnston Is In Uardwcll, Ky. visiting progress. Probably tho groatcst Issuo of this llttlo campaign Is tho stock law. Wo endorso tho stock law. Wo bavo no scrupplcs In tho matter of oxtremo tlantlpess, but we do draw tho lino on hnvlng cowtold walks, nnd mak Ing public pastures of private yards. This may be tho wrong way to look at It, but It Is our opinion, novortho- less. Wo hopo tho Incoming administration will favor tho graveling of tho lovco road In West Hickman, nnd push the building of concroto walks nil over town; that thoy havo plenty of backbono to back up their Ideas of public welfare Tho best interests of tho City of kman, ns wo see them, is our platform. Wo nro under obligations to no man or sot of men moro thnn that obligation which overy man owes to his neighbor. From a personnl Interest point of view (aud this view Is sometimes entirely too popular), tho roguish bovine docs not disturb our yard or slumbers; If Mio docs, wo can swat her ono on tho porter-housand she hlkcth henco; but from tho public point of view, wo believe all well 1 o would do honor to tho sonatr of Rome. But whatever may bo tho toxturo of tho board In this or that platform, which Inspires this or that clan, our position, pallnly stated is to support tho man or men who aro In favor of you wish to have your prescriptions filled Qlck ly and Accurately by Registered Pharmacists , take them n Cowgiirs Drug Store where you may get your Drug wants at any hour DAY OH NIGHT Mrs. Nannlo Crawford, of Dorcna, was horo Saturdny shopping. Mrs. Eueono Nnylomnd children turned last week from Jackson. ro- - ill's Drug store (Incorporated) slro to attain the lattor end. O WANTED: A strictly first class lersoy Cow, fresh. L. I Hlllson. Cypress Shinnies $1.00 a thousand Yates & Kirk Shingle Co., Hickman, Ky. Dr. Joo I.utton and wife, of Fulton. havo boon visiting S. D. I.uton and family. Hotter havo patches on your pants, thnn a lot of unpaid bills and threat cnlng creditors. . "Tbm Beta Brontl- - Reservoir $4 Extra Tho newest and best aro sold at all times nt K. II. Kllison's Cash Store for lower prices. Mlsslsalnnl cnuntv tcnrlinrV imnn- clntlon will bo hold nt Charleston, Novombor 18, 19 and 20. J 1 HEY WONT LAST LONG AT THESE PRICES ! Hardware Co. Inc. 7 "Snappy" The min full of vim tnd vltor, erer on the alert to take adrantti e of a favorable opportunity may be aald to potwia map. Tbli kind of man will Inalst on cxpreiiinc bla Individuality In the clothea he weart. To be aaaurrd of setting uch clothea hare them made to your individual measure by regulated cities and towns keep cat- tlo off tho streets. Eren tho "milk cow provision" is oftlmes Imposed upon. lTnder tho old regime, classed as milk cows, a half dozen bull year ling browsed with Impunity nlmost In tho stores on Clinton street. This did not happen on somo afternoon, but tho wholo year round. So, as far as tho cattlo platform Is concerned, wo are prohibitionists others nre Justly entitled to bo "state- widers" If they bcllevo that way. Tho rresent Board has fought a good fight. If they had novcr done anything else, they havo a splendid nument to their remembranco in the way of concrete walks. But those gentlomen, with ono exception, we un derstand, will not ask to be and a new set of men must take tho reins of city government In a C, Private Robt. Tyler Chapter, U. D. will meet Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 12, with .Mrs. T. A. Ledford. Beit Clear Heart CvDreti Shlnales &. Kirk $3.60 a thousand. Yates Shingle Co., Hickman, Ky. Last Thursday W. P. Curlln entertained thirty-twof his town and country friends with a barbecuo in honor of Dr. Prather Curlln and Louis Thrclkeld. At noon tho tablo In tho front lawn was bountifully covered with barbecued mutton and shoat, which was enjoyed by all. Refreshments of all kinds wcro served. Somo grand speeches wero made, but John Pollock's won tho prize. Louis Threl-kel- d and that Jovial, Jolly, mischievous D. Wilson wero tho "ring leaders. ' The ladles that wero present wish to extend their thanks and appreciation to Sir. Wilson for his song entitled, Hanna How's Your Ma?" which charmed tho birds in tho cedars. This barbecuo will bo long remembered by those present. Tho guests declared that they had spent delightful day. One of tho Number. o See our lino of Fall and Winter samples tho largest lino wo have ever had. Schmidt, tho Tailor. Whoro did you gef that now suit? Why, that's ray last winter's suit Schmidt, tbo Tailor, cleaned It up. Strauss Brothers Master Tailors Chicago who have a treat reputation for appliea tobotbityleand fabrlci. If you will take a few mlnutea' time to atrp Into our atore we will ahow you a aeriea of new Fall faahiona which will cauae you to "alt up and take notice." The fabrlca we are allowing will fairly "make your mouth water with deaire." We ahall welcome your call whether you order or not. O HOME GROWN RICE. Hickman MANAGE ( produclng"anappy"tailorlnf. Tula WHITE SOX. following trow tho fwaltro to Joo Can- j. a. U, ... u this oily, who in a Kjuubblo about UiU Iutwt.J of tku Washington base tioxt year unless Joo blmsolf declines, A negro woman died nt Fulton Sun for Comlskey will stick to a friend un- day, for whom a special coffin had to til tbo world freezes over so tight bo made. She wolghed 412 pounds. neither Cook nor Terry could reach Jas. Qoodglnc, of near McConnell, CS north. died at his homo Saturday night, following a long Illness of consumption. Tbo crowds of eager purchasers at . II. dictator of orguulz- - K.'H. Kllison's Cash Store are atII. L. Ambers Is In St. Louis this lluc-ited Lbark-- A. Cotulskcy tracted by tho display of seasonable week on business and attending tho big Centennial celebration. Ho left in; ,.aioM matter of tbo tnorchandlso at lower prices. ,'jlon League, uru iioi trlunds uny Monday. li up L'.'.; nn short time. Wo havo not bothered ourselves with trying to find out what men aro mentioned on the different slntcs, There aro good, capable men In every section of tho town, and we hold hold them all In high esteem whether they represent our viows or somo other clement. Our motto Is tho greatest good to the greatest number of peoplo, and we shall endeavor to support the man we think comes nearest filling this In tho largest E. R. Ellison -, s la tJ re. Hero ts tho ay Lbt papers will for sake of the utiU ha existed for ul- - write t.p weddliibs ten years henco: wan wrecked when Com- - "The bride looked very well In a i'7 due. rid that Johnson waul- - traveling dress, but all eyes wore . j.-stanallou out of tbo centered upon 'bo groom. Iio wore a durk suit Uist fitted his form perl.I:t.W, JotllibOU rtlid tiftsLiuglou club that Can- - fectly and lu his dalut) gloved bauds li b j r ,. j aud wrote oer hU bo carried a nio. Ills curly bair a request for tho ro was beautifully done; and a delicate c( lau'jhon. odor of hair oil of tho best quality )C.sk o has been Cautlllou's flouted dowit the alslo as ho passed. jara, aud who ban bwli Tho young people will miss him now Ho is loved by Us a through all tbo ups that bo Is lnarrk-d- . dotes of tbu race, rufusod to all for hit mauy accomplishments, . ilJ to bo aacrtflcvu to his Under graco and his winning ways ua, tuJ tiiu pauudo friendship Tho bride rommnnds a good Balary ch has (.x.st' d biluou tbo prcsl-to- t as bookkeeper nud tho groom will Am. ricau League aud tbu miss none of tho luxuries to which itcrcf r. White Sox suddenly ho has been accusiouicd. A crowd of pretty men saw blm off at tho depot. let fcose ho Hero present doclaro 0 kt Coraukcy tied bin record for MARRIAGE LICENSE. lnJ' acd stated clearly to Johu- t umicr iio circumstances Tho following wcro Issued in I'JJ ha pumlt Jobnbou to chaso county last week: ptmoa cut of tuo baseball business, James V. Dront and Sallio I'ayno t: ba aa honored before John Davis. cr get in, and further, bu mudo Claud Dixon and Jessls Frcomau. h'JUmcaf, which was as Herbert Dahnko and Miss Lura Olifollow: rusuuon will manage my ball ver. n Kdgar II. I'urdy and Mlntilo Wright. asou and you can't uut o U It Hu delivered players John Dalloy and Miss Until Wilson. 'SSU when wo had to havu J. 11. Robertson and Lavlula Cloycs. Bi he Clayton Rogers and 1'carl Gnrner. iut over aud irot nm. F for us, he has doue tnoro good Robert Ulytho aud Myrtle Cochran. Ult lcacti' than vim nvr 0 1 Jou c". double cross hltu, for Krom all Indications there seems I' IH lid of uilnn to be no candidates for aldermen or I' Vou knocked Farroll nud tried to mayor of tho city of Hickman, alme public think hi til li rnminiiii though tho election wilt bo hero In a sad a rucehorsu enmiiW mui " Wt Urald to call blm to ac-- 't few weeks. It you are going to run, just as well gut your announcement for dishonest methods of bis In tho papor come out In the open la t allug tho signals of op- - and lot peoplo know what you stand clubi. for. This dark borso business may 'l0 "a t t row my frloujg Can. bo alright in soma elections, but its solas to bo my manager next a mighty poor thing in city politics, HI slick wltb blm. and you Co mo on out of tbo bushes. Six la Put aha out of It," and mayor are to bo olected. Tbo renewal of the row between 0 ey and Johnson camo near tbo day aad Tho following ts a very truthful ct!B,v remark: "Tbo man who grows up when towurd tbo learned that Johnson la l.li native town Is regarded as a lUo iLhTH aa '"at boy by his elders until ho Is woll Washington club to turn started down tbo docllvlty of Ufa that Ktlut Cantlllou. Comlsko ends In a hole. Tho stranger who Into a place is moro often for alm04t ex-- i comes tot l U'1' rr,,ni18 anytUIng Joulo cross- - pushed to tbo front than tho young sm It moused bis flro to think .tap who has grown up with tho WokMott had turned Cantlllon town. This Is tho reaaon why so many young men becomo dissatisfied 08 lho Preuiaturo an- - with their homo surroundings nud Ion uunLr5Ult part ibat to rust tuolt lot in otbor quarters." ill (...-Jj-- .p uc kijar ioi: Miss Llda Carroll, of Kenton, Tcnn., and Dr. R. A. Freeman, a prominent dentist at Fulton, wero married nt tho homo of the bride, Tuesday. Human hair ts selling at $30 per pound. Wo ure pleased to learn at last that those musical fuuatlc aro worth something. loug-bnlrc- pe: Ml: -- tu tj The man who laughs so loudly at tho rural visitor for trying to mnll a box, doubtless letter In tho thinks you get honoy by milking tho bees. flro-alar- Waterloo look llko a complcto fizzle. When tho smoko of battle clears away on tho morning after when tho storm, In Its majesty rends tho frail and rotten hulks of city favoritism wo shall behold u now city council one that will embcllsh tho hill tops In a halo of eternal glory as fair as peaks of tho Alps, tho and whoso preamble shall bo "Do unto others as you would bo dono by." That may all bo. Pompeii mny bo ngaln lost In tho twlngllng of an eye, aud an administration spring up that sun-kisse- measure,, regardles of religious, political, or financial standing, and shall not care what part of town thoy are from. Let's use our best Judgement In so- elcting Ihese men try to get those! who stand for the advancement of Hickman rather than personal Inter-- 1 ests, It any thcro bo who might de- - It is a remarkable fact that the soli and climate of New Madrid county produces abundant crops of every kind of grain, fruit and vegetables which have been tried. Tho latest experiment was made by Jack Mann, who lives two miles south of Gideon, In Anderson township, with rice, and proved so highly successful that a regular crop will bo so Med next year, and tho prospect Is, that grain will becomo a regular crop, hereafter, A friend gave Mr. Mann a small quantity, last wlntcr.enough to sow a quarter of an acre, and It has produced 25 bushels. Next season, this will bo sowed on 25 acres, and it is confidently belloved It will produco 2500 bushels 100 bushels per ucrc. The sample shown tbo Record by Mr. Mann Is a larger, better grain than the Stuttgart, Ark., rice. Now Madrid Record. If rice can bo grown at Now Mad rid, Fulton county can do tho same. Supposo wo give It a trial as an ex periment. o Hot coffco at all hours Crescent. t; W. M. Cnson, tho cigar maker, who thought seriously of leaving Hlckinau, has decided to remain In tho best town on the map. Ho may also opou a retail cigar Btoro here. FOR SALE: Tho Mrs. Kittlo King farm of 192 acres, Similes oast of Hickman. Woll Improved and a placo. For terms, wrlto E. L. King, Union nlty, Tonn., Routo 7. At last tho beautiful bronz foun tain, a gift from Gou. II. A. Tyler and Col. II. Huchnnan to tho citizens of Hickman, has been erected. It Is certainly a beauty. Later wo will print a picture of it. Dr. II. E. Frathor and family bavo returned to Hickman to rosldo after spending two years in Louisville. Tho Courlor Joins their many friends lu extending thorn a hearty wolcomo to tho "old stomping ground." An Indian boy at Hampton wroto tho following In a composition on Patrick Henry: "Patrick Henry was not a very bright boy. Ho bad bluo eyes and light hair. Ho got married and then said,, 'Qlvo mo llborty or glvo mo death!" Ladles Homo Ob-Io- n We Startled a Good Many People with our Heater Offer Did You Read It? We put some statements about heating stoves clown in black and white that stove users never heard before. We want to repeat theml Remember, we are backed up by one of the grandest stove manufacturing concerns in the world yes, backed by a concern that makes and sells more soft coal heaters each year by three times than any other maker anywhere. So there arc millions of dollars behind what we have to say about heaters this yearl To us alone is given the right to make the most unusual guarantee ever made on a heating stove. & t- ft Shows lop draft burning the ja half of soft coal. Cole's Hot Blast Guarantee Here is our authority from the President of the Cole Manufacturing Co. tho strongest guarantee ever made on a heater. every customer of yours is in fuel over any lower draft stovo of the same size, of with soft coal, slack or lignite, "2 That Cole's Hot Blast will use less hard coal for heating a given space than any base burner made with same size fire pot. "3 That the rooms can be heated from one to two hours each morning with the soft coal or hard coal put In the stove the evening before. "4 That the stove will hold fire with soft coal from Saturday night until Monday morning, "5 A uniform heat day and night, with soft coal, hard coal or lignite. as long as used, "6 That every stove will remain absolutely r Is and will remain smoke and "7 That the "All we ask is that the stove shall ba operated according to directions and set up with a good flu. "(Siined) COLE MANUFACTURING CO.." (Makers of the Original Patented Hot Blast Stove.) "lc-Asav- lng one-thir- d air-tigfeed-doodust-proof. HI For Soft Coal, Hard Coal, Wood or Cobs 's ' 1 "You ore authorized to sell the Original Colo's Hot Rlast Heaterthls year on the most rigid guarantee ever made by any stove manufacturer. Our guarantee to frlouU-r-Tursda- y ' '" ttdvau August ICth a now Missouri law bocamo cffcctlvo, making cruelty to animals a graded felony, punlshablo by a term in Jail or the penitentiary, at the option of tho Judgo or Jury, This law will bo warmly endorsed by lovers of horses, who bavo protested long lu valu against cruelty by brutal drivers. Wo needed this Missouri law lu Hickmau Saturday. On $12 p a uuonriComi"koy'B ' Ucu 1 Ca"Ull0U UU (lt fdde,i K Wbelbr Comlskoybad tbo Wblto Sox " Dillon Poetically cor-ttWU1 be manager We bavo yet to boo auy mau or boy who has been tho least bit disappointed with the clothes made for him through Strauss Ilros., Master Tailors, I Chicago. On tho contrary tlioy aro always delighted with the service, the O stylo, tbo ht, tho quality and the Louis Koy, a young farmer of Ful- prlco. All the nowost and bost lu ton, raised a sunflower 40 inches in woolen samples now being shown at clrcumforonco and 14 Inches lu dlamo K. 11. EIUsou'b Cash Store. Como an look. tor at tbo widest point. INCORPORATED. B,ES OF OUGOlDGIST ARE OP DAMAGE fitl VII I . at M 1 . lilll 11 . vvaav -- a CAUSE SUITS ROUND THE CAPITAL Information nml CJosnln Picked Up Her and There In Atnililniilon. l.ll wv I 1111 l.'f uiuMivtiiihi irrii lfVflfii;f "YaT ii ii I i it nil. I M ir IllMl fT . . mm w - HONEYMAKERS USCAPE FHOM BOX ON TRAIN AND CRCAE MUCH CON STERN AT.Ip'fi Cifindfi. 1 Cedar drove. N. J.Prof. "Orovet Oltick. thn celebrated bugolCjiist of this place, 'Is threatened wltlr.45 dam ago nultfl 'by Great Notch, Cednr.,flrovo nnd Thumb Point commuters who aro wont to Journy cityward on the r sex Falls Cannon Hall KVprws, tho when he made his famous statement fastest down-hil- l train on this branch on the night of election. 190t. Now of the Krle. the question is. what will ho do after Exactly 42 commuters who wcro In ho leaves the White llonrpj smoking car nt tho aforesaid ex "While I hnvo not discussed the tho question with tho president. 1 feel thnt pron were ntung by been wltllo on Jersey the ono great work for him to do, route ofto August City on Friday, tho At the tlmo of till after leaving the White House, Is to 13th wholesale stinging. Prof Oltick was In complete tho construction of the I'nn to Ho Is Just tho nina WASHINGTON Thcro appeared In carry rannl.great undertaking tomansue n this the other day a story to tlio effect that when fofmer ressful conclusion. It 'would link his President IlooFCVcIt returns to thin name with this great waterway and country from his African hunt Prcsl-len- t preserve. It for all time to come. Taft will request him to ,tnko "1'rcsldont Roosevelt has the enercharge of tlio t'nnniha canal am' com- - gy, tho force, tho determination and Idcte that glganllr work. tho ability to push tho work to a Friends of the former president say speedy completion. I do hot know It would be no surprise If the report that tho proaldont would undertnko turned out correct. Mr. Hooscvelt, as this task, It requested, but I nm satl is well known, took tlio greatest per- fled that his selection and acceptance sonal Interest In the Pnnnma canal of tho appointment would give general hit thcro Is no gainsaying tho truth satisfaction." It would seem that the senntor. In ibat had It not been for the "little, npera bouCTe revolution" on the Isth- view of the recent publication, had a mus there would have been no Pana- "hunch," ns It would strike ono ns A ma canal, and had it not been for Mr. coincidence thnt the nanin of former Jtoosevell there would have been no President Roosevelt should at this successful "revolution." Hut that Is time be brought Into the limelight as history now and the work of tho one man to. take chnrgo rf tho tho canal, according to (ho kwork of building the Panama :nnal, reports received here, is progressing with which ho had so much to do as nicely. prosldent of tho United States. ,tust about two years ago, when tho It can hardly bo questioned that but country was discussing the question for the midnight successful revolution if the renomlnaUon of Roosevelt, a In IMnania tho location of a canal would certain western senator In conversa- still bo up In the air, as It had been tion said; for many years. The friends of tho ! do not believe llie'ro Is any foun- former president say It would bo a dation for tho stories that President fitting tribute to him that he be asked Itoosevclt will be a candidate to suc- by President Taft to take bold and ceed himself. I think he was sincere complete the work. J "OBcfJJ Roosevelt May Complete Work on Canal AUMetoI llodr S:n,lTHirFosr 5,3"neIo Include- MuaeoaKei ranaers zu Rtlldebaker nntrnn? iimi .. way wo stand back of them want their customers treated tho spirit. 75 trni "i TUy .. 1 The Greatest Automobile Value the World Has Eyer Seen HERE'S THE ANNOUNCEMENT for which tho,. world of Automobllla ban been waiting to anxiously hoping or dreading according at the. Individual was a buyer or cellar of inotor cars. WE HAD INTENDED KEEPING SILENT about this car for n few weeks yet until other makers had had their my until they had all sprung, tholr "sensations." nuTTHEM AGNrrunn or our preparations the purchaso of several factories by Htudo-baky Interests as represented by tho of Detroit tot trado tongues and Information as to tho car that was to be produced on such n tremendous icalo began to leak out. er Com-p.m- tt lcV.! THE REST baker-Flanders I1RAINS IN THE mo engaged In tho prwK.t,ISDl'STnv p. . t, if , "20." Hants manufacture havo been pun' iE.m t t ", !. Ij would avoid all chenco of df r a 1 L ' merits to buyers wo mutt drr. 1 ;t. concern to furnlnh the pert muethe made In our run f jV,v, .J.'"7 der the watchful eye of Flan.'cra, u, T 1 ,,-- t, 'V TO MAKE THE LOW PRICE I Is Poor Place for Fortune-Hunter- s Frank Rue Was the First Pauenrjer Stung. the smoker and the boo arc alleged to have been contained In a small' bug Iortmanteau that tho professor car TUB national capital Is the poorest in the United States for for- tune hunters who seek marriage wlUi rich girls as a means to acquire nealth. It Is not that the mothers of Washington hare greater Intuition than their sisters of less conspicuous cities of tho United States. Indeed, the reason Is far from tho individual or collective abilities of Washington society women. foreigner who The posen in Washington as a count, prlncelet, baron or any other of tho noble offices soon finds that his gamo Is known. A but determined demand Is made on him within a day or two to leave Washington. If he does not do so, tho pseudo-nobl- e soon finds himself In jail or so thoroughly exposed tn the immediate circle in which ho is trying his wings that be Is glad (6 go elsewhere. In this work the foreign embassies take, soft-voice- d first rank, says tho Washington Star. Thpy aro quick to learn whether, or not foreigners who pose as nobles really "belong," nnd aro quicker to act when they And mere commoners aspiring to titles. When the society columns announce that Sir Henry l'lerce-llrowJones of Slrlelgh Commons, Ilrcr.tshlre In the Woods, Hartley, Is circulating about Washington society he Is promptly Investigated In that quiet way In which tho foreign embassies work, and within a few hours his status Is known. If has been gently whispering that ho hopes to make a moneyed alllanco with a view to rebuilding tho faded glories of the old manor houso at Hartley in a way fit. ted to his noble ancestors and can't deliver the goods In the matter of Uncage, every matron in Washington c rled. Is given enough Information about him by the English embassy to earn for him Icy stares on his next approach. It's the same way with alt tho false "hyphenated" crowd, whether their pretenses aro great or small. And the chevaliers, barons and whatnots of other nations gut tho same sort of ;rcatment from the embassies of the country In which they claim notiTe or royal birth. Uncle Sam Wants More Army Surgeons Tho suggestion Uiat tho entrance examination Is too exacting Is not accepted as a reason by the authorities, who say tho requirements are no mors than should bo within tho capacity ol graduates of tho best medical schools. Onq aid to the solution of the problem may be that of having a permanent examination board sitting la Washington, before which young men who are believed to bo qualified may appear at any time during tho year. There will bo, as well, tho usual semiannual examinations. It is possible that tho graduates have hitherto found it Inconvenient to await before the regular "board at tho Army Medical school. When they pass tho physical and professional examinations they will bo commissioned at onco as first lieutenants In the medical reservo corps and detailed for duty at some army post, later coming to the school In the noxt regular class for training and tho final examination which determines whether tho renervlst ball go Into tho permanent establishment and in what position ho shall bo commissioned, It by (Ms means to rcstoro the nrmy medical corps to Its full btrcngth required to meet the demands umdo upon medical ofUcers nt home nnd abroad. surgeons are asking why is it young physicians arc not anxious to becomo attached to tho army. There is at present a lack of candidates who present themselves for examination for appointment to commissions In tho medlcnl corps. Tho examinations held a few weeks ago In II parts of the country by special boards convened for tho purpose ref tho sulted In producing about rftimber of provisionally qualified candidates needed to fill the existing vacancies. Tho initial pay of a new appolntco amounts to more than $3,000 a year, which Is much better tliun a young physician Is likely to receive when he begins his practice lu civil life upon graduation. Tho known ndvautages iu the wny of promotion and certainty of income and final retirement nt tho age of Ct years or beforo that time for disability would, It was thought, prove attractive. AIU1Y Prof. Cluck wo on his war to the laboratories of Prof. Hlldebrand Wlrdenstrummer, tho Rutherford entomologist. Prof. Oluck and Prof. Wlened- struinmer bavo been striving for the past year to successfully cross the hon eybeo of commerce with tho lightning bug, tho object being to breed, a .bee than can work In tho dark. Prof. Oluck figures that a boa that can work. In tho dark wilt atackjup twlco as much wax nnd honey as a bee that only works union hours from dawn till sunset. Tho Cedar Grovo bugologlst further believes tbat if natural searchlights aro appended to tho digital pedulnbrum of tho drone the drone will become a worker. Still, furthermore. If beos are equipped with lights It will not longer bo necessary to build windows or skylights In hives. So much for tho purpose of Prof. Oluck when ho hoarded the Kssex Falls Cannon Hall Express at Cedar Orovo at 7:31 on tho morning nf Friday, August 13. As he entered tho car he Bat down beside Frank Hue, tho Cedar Orovo duckogotlst. Mr. Hue had a small box of goallng In his lap and was on his way to Orent Notch to exchange them for a netting of gnrua bantams. Just beforo tho express stopped to take water ut tho Ureal Notch tank Prof. Oluck lighted a cigar and puffed out a cloud of smokn. Tho smoko of tbat cigar did not nscondaa tho smoke of other clgnrs does. It was so heavy nnd runic that It desceuded; It descended and colled about Prof. Oluck's bee portmanteau. The bees Inhaled It and by a combined effort unlocked tho portmanteau nnd escaped Into the, smoking car. one-hal- Frank Run wan tho first paiMongor stutig. He was bending ovor the scat In front, talking to SI Perkins. A queen bco stung him through tho cent, vest and Ruspendera, and ns hq slapped his hand to bla back he ojeao ulated profanely. Unfore tho Essex Falls Cannon llnll ExprobH had stopped at tho (Irout Notch water tauk there wero 3711 bees at largo, 211 of vlilr.li were stingers' und tho remainder nouxtliiKors, or merely huzicrs. The members of the Great Notch traveling brldgo whist club had board ed tbo train beforo tho bees got IoohcJ us they usually unap on to tho rear of the smoker whllo tho train dashes by their homo. Tho casultle. umong tho club inernhurH wore heavy Crew 8laln by Savage Horde. Ottawa, Ont. The murder of eleven men by cannibals Is announced in a cable from from Sydney, Now South trag. Wales. It says: "A drondful cdy Is reported from the Now Ho brides. Capt. Lindsay, master of the ketch llabaul, was first speared and then clubbed to death by u hordo o( cannibals, tho crew, numbering ton, was massacred, and thu vessel solxed by aavagcH and burned nt Malllcallo, New Hebrides, where cannibalism still exists. 'Somo of tho crow of the French kotch Ouadolijupfl wore capturc4,by, natives nnd liayo since been unheard . Persian Minister an. Accomplished Host ladles in tho land. His Friday afternoon receptions aro a featuro of tho llfo of tho capital. Whon ho carno to Washington In 1D0G ho brought with him a raro assortment of rugs of almost Incstlraablo value, soino of them. It Is said, being from 1,500 to 2,000 years old. Tim scred Idols of Persia aro represented In hrouzo and sllvur In his gorgeously furnished apartments. He Invariably uses orchids In a vuso of cut glass as a centerpiece on tho tablo qf his dining room. The cloth Is or oriental weave, and thu plate Is usually of gold. Innumerable other tables set with dainty dishes of delicious and delicate cakes, bonbons and fruits stand about the room temptingly tn front of luxurious couches and cojv comers. GEN. MORTHZA KHAN, tho Persian rur He topmost accomplished and era i4tfM 'fcfit, and can bath make and te with aa accomplishment and i ics wh.Vh Is excelled by few leading at leant ono of tho tallest, men lu Washington, being bIx teot four Inches In height. Ho also enjoys tho. distinction of outsldo tho shah, tho richest man la Persia. IIo la reputed to be worth bo-lu- to tho United States, is 1 10,000.000. of. "The natives of Oonuan Now Tlrlt- aln haVO' rebelled agolurt the goern- ment and many fresh outrages are feared." STUDEBAKER AUTOMOBILE SOUTH BEND, IND, began to inquire aa to tho Btudebaker plans for noxt year. They wero Insistent, for. very naturally, they did not want to tie up with any other OUT OF CONSIDERATION FOR COMPETITORS concern If Studcbakera wrro to havo tho great we Intended to keep slier t nw rv'l. line that had been reported. No man likes to rrlea will not begin until Jr, iry l!f8 rntltt on the losing side. All Ilka to march with resitted that tho announrfneni rf i s . .J the Victorious. ul such a price, and by Btudecakes , Mtta have tho effect of an rip!, s ,0 t mk ca tl CUSTOMERS EVERYWHERE WROTE inartet at this tlmo. We had no er re t lu this vein. "If Etudebakera aro going to build anything, but our hind was f rti. a runabout I don't want to buy until I have seen It." Thousands of those writers havo dealt "this car wia nr. the scream or 1910- with this old houso for years somo of them sald the first dealer who was Itt iio t l(crj never bought n vchlclo anywhere else. To and If dealers can't pick winners wfco cia' them the Btudebakcr namo Justly addi-t- o tho n WILL EE A REPETTIION OF F intrinsic value of any car. the rreatest icnsatloo the rm'.ts'. c tn IN VIEW OF THIS ANXIETY from every slandiolnt ever sprung la tbu"t on tho part of our friends we decided It would dustry up to date. bo unjust to dealers and prospective buyers to longer withhold Information as to this car, OF COURSE IT WILL HE DAM NT!) by rivals. Hut daranlng dorse which will supplement thoso other two IncomKo nr ever waa damned as wss the VIP 'C'tav parable models, RtudcbakerGarford "40" and K known ns Studebaker "30." Studcbaker Ttcj ull we would never bo able to make tVa it Us SO THE CAT IS OUT price wo did. Then they said df'.irrrlM ocU Head tbo specifications briefly given below. Conbe delayed shipping 45 a day n.w i';) ta o sider the sourco of this car's origin. Then hands of owners. Damning doesn't b.rt, for It with other "Sensations" recently anthey never damn dead ones. you don't think they were nouncedand see If STUDEDAKFRS ARE THE WORLD'S URGSST falco alarms. makers of motor cars many t'tnrs ortr Ttt STUDEIIAKER-FLANDER"20" we cannot hopo to supply tho ht!e demist is the name of tbo new ear, nnd lbs title was seAnd as cara sold under the BtuJrbtirr u lected becaufo It was believed that that alone are always first choice, persons who ir srib would be the strongest guarantee of Its quality to get them and mutt buy somo other ire rit to any one at all familiar with the history and rally disappointed and often sore. the personnel of tho automobile Industry, THERE IS CERTAIN TO HE A SHORTAGE STUDE11AKERS STAND SPONSOR of crcry Studebaker model In 1)10 We Inov for tho product the entlro output will be that now, but aro powerless to arc rt It I'cirr marketed through this organisation. That I your guarantee that the car will be of sterling the 8tudebaker name 41,(00 ears, casoitti alone, will be made In 1910. Test too&di bit quality throughout Studtbakers could not afbat this Is a big country and the nis stuii ford to lend their name and a reputation based high over every mile of 1L on f5 years of upright dealing to any but an honest product. ONLY 1.9M STUDEIIAKER-GARFORD- S America's standard high priced car- tT Ua FLANDERS WILL MANUFACTURE planned for. Of tho latest tnoJrl, not yet this product. What could wo say hero that announced, nearly 200 are already 4r would add to his famo as a manufacturer? Ills order. For several weeks we hsre tee a swirt has been tho most wonderful record in this wonthat there will be a big shortage of this ewH derful business. It has been a succession of but It Is too late to chango plans sow Ttt ca!r triumphs a repetition front year to year of thing for you. If you want a car of Ust type feats in production that had theretoforo been seven passenger, 11.000, with itandsrd loir-- Is considered impossible that other makers now to got your order In now hate a iStlts d"30," which attained call marvelous. elivery date set such nn Instantaneous success and now stands the most popular car on tho market, was iu in"DIVIDE WITH THE FIUYER dent to establish Flanders for all time. tho saving we effect by our superior netted a manufacture and selling." That Is tie kejiots JAMES HE AS LETT DESIGNED to nil 8tudcbakcr operations tie exp'.iMikas "20" nn englneor who tho Btudebakcr-Flandorof our policy of small profits per unit ca ijmju-tieup to the tlmo he undertook this commission of cars. No other manufacturer Is latiiael hod never set bis hand nor his talent to the deda with so small a margin. Most of theacosts set signing of any but high priced cars. Several know, within sovcral dollars, what It of tho best known emanated from bis brain. He and they set a wide ei make an automobile designed tho original Btudebakcr chaisls tho gin to cover. one from which have evolved all later models, Ilcaslett doesn't know how to do cheap work- -in YOU HAVE BEEN PAYINO FOR WASTDTL MtfflOM the sense that the term Is generally used. He ever since tho inception of this jwzk WiW simplifies and ho knows how to design parts We have corrected that This Is aa Induiuy to manufacturo to tho best advantage there he now not a game. is unsurpassed by any. STUDEBAKF.RS. WITII ALL TIIFIR RBOWCIS "20V WILL HE IlUILT IN 1910 25,000 financial aud otherwise, wiuld ta.e Wo realize that thesu figures will bo almost to launch a project ns big as B'udetiier R to persons unfamiliar with the re"20" under tbo conditions whleb tl au!o sources of Studebakcrs and tho ability of FlanIn a fow months have prevailed In the rather Game The lull ders. It Is a simple etatement of fact. That the bile Industry-- or old "ultra conservative" house of Ktudebakors rf:,frVklr which the business has been and not somo young and Inexperienced concern foolish, fictitious and false. It vra unfa'r to W buyer-m- ost statement ought to give stands back of the to maker nor Triw w It a par value. Wo know It will. He waa alwoya chasing ralnl"- ar.t-er ono wlldcnt conrern af'cr with THIS QUANTITY WAS NECESSARY w handled the same lino two jnn in It would bo Impossible to produce a car of this cesslon-ne- vcr knew where, n yfir cUo and quality at tbo prlco If made In smaller to find nny ono to stand back of the quantities. The tremendous "overhead" expense gunranteo" ho had given with tLe car of equipment and distribution would. If saddled onto n Itsscr number of cars, mako It necessary HOW DIFFERENT NOW bw to add 25 to 10 per cent, to the price. We canwhen you can buy any type rf car m not build a much better car than others do for dictate or your purso can affurd BJ of tlio money In lots of 3,000 to 5.000. Hut by dishind. It tho warranty and tho amo years cld,( T.ii tributing the overhead over 25,000 cars wo havs llko Btudcbakers- - fifty-fiv- ,T,.t been abla to set tbo prlco at 7S0. est plotcs thu line. Hero are brief . 3f COMPARE THIS CAR WITH OTHERS Xtt listed at $100 to $300 more. Add a magneto to . , Rend them carefully; then If yj Inrorraation nuoui uis or u h.((,rtr those sot so equipped wo believe no automomodel wrlto your nearest Irani u bile, is complete without a tlrst class magneto you do. get your ordor In cr uj m; nnd you will find that, asldo from tho difference i,.ni.n vmi pirn't iret a car for sni lu prlee, tluro Is no comparison la value. We want Jt badly Uso, when you will didn't Intend thero should be. ' THIS IS A FULL GROWN, MAN'S SIZE ' 4 Ct ttrxtrr. rn.t en Moe "MOTOU inagnnto equipped, four cylinder car not a four " lr(WUur.u:rttWiflniil'k" r '1" - , jtgf " ' CAUlll ltl.TOIt - Klot Jca, lmUr tu cylinder toy or a makeshift. JWV irburlur. WE HAVE HAD IT IN MIND SEVERAL YEARS P"P. .Im!'"'5 utt,,tfx under wuy several months simply waited until buml " , , JtAUUTOK Sulliiikcr-liirroraijrii- . plans could be matured for its proper manufacMAUNETO -- 8lnarJ rulimut, im1 "'''?' ture and distribution. No concern would daro "1 Ur to K M ", fJMiu u lu Jr h !. nttcmpt a task so largo as this until proper ma- - -ilWIn , it H.M chlnery not only for making but for marketing TUANHJlISHiqN-8l- ell r u M"' a, lMiwrriJumlugvtutry the product had bnen perfected aud Installed. 11E.VU AXH6-IrThat time has arrived. strrli ti i 1 ' J' "" liltfl unltw iluilUr to THE DEMAND IS ALREADY THERE dukt proof. this wo know. It otily rcmalocd to perfect nn WIIKKt. .hm'O organization to properly tako caro of It and wflKLH-ArUll- ery r1 ' ",,l4U"1' ri- -. M to extend to buyers that unlft-rcourtesy and, guur.utee tM , loiill !. prompt attention that havo raado Btudebakcrs iiaieiucnlm mi.r wllfi il" (iiriulllleallke laiuk rltil. famous and prosperous. Did you ever notice ft lbt a Studcbaker representative, wherever you &DV-rr'".ok..- -. "" steel, made Id Hid him, breathes tbo spirit of tho whole r""11 or boul, wtib lars ok - Is a sort of beacon of tafety to all o ullj bubuit.au, Mil Bd b ni AMf!IIES: llivi4. run. rV. V.'.V vim tun nM CO, .r, DEALERS, ANXIOUS TO GET THE WINNING LINE was necessary also that t r e Intermediate parts profit JA.J! an assembled car ran hop N9rr, s,f,c car In quality at the price it u,r,l5 f of rererol planta-am- ong them tli equipped Po Luxe factory si Ik'- - r ,;.' i thj r.In.tA.boJy B1Ak""! Pct. nrd started the rumors and rnaVo It announce our plans a few r'Vr ill. Intended. It suits us all r!tt , POSSIflLP lit" n ijl j E-- tin F K-- com-por- S - y F a S-- P .!t - g i e creatlon-StudobakerKl- andcr one-lun- g :'' COOUKa-WaUrireotrlf- ussI ,r wn luVT i'"',,"r- - ITI" inviftl'llllS. MIM. l.'.V.VJ nt . bOSTOX. MASS, SALT LAKt Ul I A GREAT ANNOYANCE. pir Cl,at ou T ftBn M(D)(l ii! Kidney Dleeate Shows Many Painful nd Unpleasant 8ymptomi. George B, Crowrll, Helena, Mont., says: 1109 I) road way, "1 Topic? of "Uoy KMs, by a Recntfo'xctl Authority with a disordered was trm tilcd tnaktr WOtlld admit nmt Miiliovnr In . " autumn Leaf Parly. .. . rmrtv llSS JllSt carry out In her own Immediate l.omo . nnllrn nmt will circic: . " J 1.. 'Home and homo Ufa must rovor In the coun- Cl',; n now . - ..in tnnrli Inner becomo commonplace Tho little sui prises, tho remembrance of tho birthir-- J tun In tho city, a hostess day, tho unexpected treat, tho plena-ur-o - nnl ldens. conceived v :. earned for one by tho sacrifice of . " Idrt"1--'Imtlll Into nnother-al- l these bclon under our . Ian ci ibis uui""'" head of nplrltttnl rxerclscj. Nor l.i ""..,, ir' t't no Invltntlonn wfnt there any scene of our llfo which ao demands such oxcrclAo n this fa- :.u couiiich, mi . ,. i'".- tho following Battir- - miliar scene of home, which ban to ba reset every day. mapaiii: iti:itii! , - Partners worn chosen ... ..... (Copyrlxlit, ' ui j " j t .d Willi riuuonn, ' After POINTS ON AUTUMN MTLLINERY - 'twi work uoRan. j.aj a lie lillo the hostess . ?.t ft r;r 1mm of each variety Some Features That Are Distinctly Into tho house lf,f1k New Wilt Mark the Headgear of . ta n s; nil Impromptu contest -r - ,., ., . VJ fc i" ht ,i3C AI n- r.sl t 't ' Lc nnmo tho most rarlc was - luncheon loavesserved wero iillrtii of the -- M the Coming Season. tli-- f La:k rtr:3,i all . . ." Ui'-- U .inriin roasted Miptos d hegiced Rsthcrrd round tho to Im In- iwrlv." . -. . i this year, ana I it jcar Is planning f Mtrral noplp who nre lite J:sl men J0'1!' I'"lc .... ....I... lava lnw iIik hrllllnnt ui fV..w learrs, Tho hdstess ds :'y autumn Iraf placo oou brown with bom It, i.:.. la I r it? way, Ibis same nosv t,.l cs t'.u was crowing cunnlnc N.rf.y pine trees In Rifts. Capital Idea, ifcrf-riitr-a- . iiiii r:ii .....o now 'l..nf w'n mj six-Inc- . J.J l u t Early Mornlns Dlrd in a near by L:.' Party. suburb Kavo Iiuro-itf.tl tfcoo who participated. half after flvo In tho f t:jr t'-i- . and the limitations contained ti til!: wllh tho train marked irartr wi.ich was Ij norel and mut liy a t's'-- n tbey sol caT. jfd to tho houao whom '.ft !:J rnl.n wero serTed on tho ti- won- - i tX Ttca an hour was spent lu xl3 ad irent to tno eniunus l wkik uuncnuinR Jhal au aand tholr notes. ts I H' t . : I t - . , ..... uiiniv ...t. tn.. i ui ii. pftca who discovered tho great-mlf'- r and one to tho cucst who uiius, uim ii' to tin h-- ;J. whero n ucrfectlr OJHl, do- - .M.'l.l At a Partners. r:rd rarty tho hostess passed To Find a(ttrard There woro Just aoven . . uru liu ic i...t u i. n IIUHO IHJW Ol IU1IO OI . . An ADron Shovutr. Q'Jb the Jollleit nnd most practical ..na iuuh: U tUJ IIIIIILV th n trivuu "i' "" biiuovi. bride elect planned It nil for . litirnmin nffiilr , t " w..t bn.h feuiDt uv" " , . IIIU . ...... ii int. niiiu ... mill n lino .1 BU j JHUIII, . M'MUIl. , HpCCI- .ki Kjr.i , . Juki nri neu ouo on u,t(irn inn UGWlllllrOH - 3 TTIm . v.m.u ... iH-J.. Kut'i viiii;K Ulllll IIIO 1..I.I.. ... t uiiiuhul III, IUUII or ... pinncu ... "ru . ,iuui ncnil 111 Tiinr in nhrfinn .uufcv, men coroa anu i he Home." TMj onderful bit by tho lato UU. irrt Pv..... n.i .......ii, im10 i wnni to lmi lu latm, an iin sentiment mr. Sachet Covering Chenille is cry prominent, and sliown In exqlulto colors of velvety softness. Often it Is Interwoven with silk brnld, forming crown plateaux and trimming bands, and In this Instance offers splendid possibilities for novel cdlor blends, A rcmnrkablo feature of the Autumn models Is that the pronounced and distinctive outlines which prevailed In a tho town? grent mnny of tho midsummer bats Stronger Not one. I'm tho tax had to yield tho palm to unusually soft, undecided ones. This Is duu to the fact that there are very few HUMOR BURNED AND ITCHED. blocked shapes employed for thu truly exclusive chnpoaux, thoso that are Eczema on Hand, Arms, Legs and softly draped with rich, supple maFace It Was Something Terrible. terial being In tho lead. Calla lilies of velvet aro shown nd Complete Cure by Cutlcura. represent tho latest fashion In tho new floral offerings. They nre equally "About fifteen or eighteen years lovely when In fancy tones black, ago eczema derolopd on top of my dull blue, purpto or rose as In their band. It burned and Itched so much natural pale, creamy white, nnd In that I was compelled to show it to a every case their chalice la filled with doctor. Ilo pronounced it ringworm. the subtly curved, deep yellow rod of After trying his different remedies tho stamina, which is the charactersltc dlsenso Increased and went up my part of this flower. Tulips nro very arms and to my legs and finally on my good, rind ao arc largo jxjtalcd, clus- face. Tho burning was something tered anemones of lustrous heavy terrible. I went to another doctor who satin or soft velvet, especially go when bad tho reputation of being the best accompanied by velvet follaco in nat- in town. Ho told mo It was eczema. ural hues. Voguo. His medicine checked tho advanco of tho disease, but no further. I finally conclnded to try tho Cutlcnra lleme-dlc- s and found relief In tho first trial. I continued until I was completely cured from tho disease, nnd I havo not been troubled since. C. Ilurkhart, 2JG V. Market SU, Chambcrsburg, Pa, Sept. 13, 1003." KolJn and flschus over the should-der- s Ores k Cbn. Corp Sola Trap., BoctoB. nro quite a feature of evening Puzzle for the Girls. ' gowns. Kvcry Instructor nt Chautauqua Is scant Kxccpt for nn occasional flounco, nil trimming Is put ou In required to fill Out a paper answering a number of necessary and unlengthwise form. Figured as well as striped licnrlet-ta- necessary questions. Ono yenrthero aro seen In tho shops In all tho was a remarkably handsome male member of tho faculty in whom all newest colorings. Hhlrrlng over cords nnd in tiny tho girl students woro much Interestpuffs will bo Bean more and mora as ed. "Is ho nlarrlcd or unmarried?" question. becamo au tho season ndvanccs. The scarf which matches the gown Finally soma of them had tho courage to approach tho college Decretory and Is becoming ono of the familiar feaask If tho flics might be looked aver. tures for the light wrap. The winter promises to bo n season And thcro tho hnndsomo professor, anof extra long, narrow coats over plain, ticipating Mine bucIj investigation had recorded his matrimonial pretensions striped or checked gowns. "Slurried .or slnglo! A gay lleau Drummcl frill at tho as follows: throat transforms tho tailored suit Yes." Into something dainty nnd feminine. They Didn't Have to Chanoe. Illack embroidery upon brown Is smart wbon tho brown Is not loo dark During tho years In which our pure to afford a contrast with Uiu black. food laws havo put into Hats of dark material, lined with thcro has been abeen hurryingeffect great and somothlng lighter In color, aro among on part of tho food mandressy types of midsummer wear. scurrying to tho the chango their to The coarser weaves of tussore, ufacturers conform to tho methods law. preferenco Just now, mnko them which havo tho Tho Quaker Oats Company is a conlook nt a distance like a piece of rough spicuous exception. It was admitted canvas. that Quaker Scotch Oats was as puro Sleeveless coats with a color con- and clean as posslblo and that It was trasting with tho gown under them an Ideal food. It Is so cheap that any ono can afnro In growing favor us tho season ford It and 60 nourishing that everyadvances. one needs It. Tho result of last year's Among the populur fabrics nro tho experiments points nt Yale and chaugeablo tuitlns, tho whero food values wero other Is new tested that fuco being of ono color and the back Quaker Scotch Oats has been adopted of nnother. by many persons as tholr food on Ono or tho oddities of tho season Is which they rely for adding vigor and tho Introduction of tho metallic nnd endurance of rausclo and brain, This splendid food is packed in tho spanglo effects among tho cottons anil regular slzo packages and in hermetlluenR.' ically sealed tins. Tho latter espe(llace kid gloves nro Ituperntlvo for cially adapted to hot climates. 4 full dress, except In very hot wenthcr, may bo worn with ulmost auy cosnnd Identified. tume. Clace kid is oxpenslvc, but It Police Sergeant. Can you glvo mo wears nnd cleuus well. a description of the person who ran over youT" "Ol can that. Ho had on a fur coat an' an autymobllu cap au' goggles." condition of tho kidneys, soino bnckacho and IrrpRiilar pass-sge- s of secretions. At times I was obliged to get up out of bed et night, and tho urlnd Was Unnatural "Well, Miranda, they've found tho In pprnrancc. On tho north polo at lostl" advice of n friend I "Bakes olive, Hiram! You don't procured Doan's Kidney Pills nnd say! Where did they find It?" began using them. This remedy helped mo at onco, strengthened my kidneys PAINT FAULTS. and corrected tho disordered condition." It Is a common occurrence nowa.Itrmcmb'cr' tho name Donn's. Bold days to hear a man remark with disby nil dealers. CO cents a box. Foster-Mllbur- n gust: "It is Impossible to havo good Co., Iluffalo, N. Y. painting dono these days; cither tho paint is not good or there aro no good NO FRIENDS. painters," This, however, Is not true. Thcro Is good paint, nnd thcro aro good painters. Ilut tho question Is, bringing them together. Ono cannot expect a satisfactory painting Job without pure wbito lead. Thcro Is n, way to mako suro you are getting purn lead without testing It. So that the keg bears National Jrnd Company's famous Dutch Hoy i'alnter trademark, which Is a oltlve guarantee of purity. However, anyone enn test whlto load. National Lead Company, 1002 Trinity Bldg., New York City, will send you n lead Cashier You'll havo to bring some tester and painter's outfit, consisting one to Identify you befora wo can of book of color schemes, specificacash this check. Got any friends in tions, etc., upon request. Changed Farm. Life. The dull sllenco that hung over tbnt New Knglnnd dinner table has been lifted of late. It Is gono llko tho dew In the sunlight of tho new social Influences. The Isolation of tho farm was the chilling cause that drovo men into tho cities. Now, by telephone and free mall delivery, all the warm world currents are being carried to the country nnd nre vitalizing tho rural community into a llfo that is rich and abundant In the variety of its in- m HER QUESTION. terests. A Fortune Telling Does not tale Into consideration the ono esientisl to rroro-an- 's happiness womanly health. The woman who neglects her health is ncfilectinj! tha verj foundation of all good fortune. For without health love loses its lustre and (old is but dross. Womanly health when lost or impaired msy generally be retained by the use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. TAs Prescription has, lor ovtr no rears, been caring delicate, weak, pattfwracked women, br the hundreds of thousands end this too In tho privacy ot their homes without their havlni to submit to Indell eate questionings and ottenslvelr repui Bant examinations. Sick women are Invited to consult Dr. Pierce bv letter tret. All correspondence held as sacredly confidential. Address World's Dispensary Medical Association, H. V. Pierce, M. D President, Iluffalo, N. Y. Da. I'tsscs's Gsdat Family Doctor Hoot, Tho People's Common Seot Medical Adviser, newly revised edition 1000 pages, answers h Plain Engl'ub hosts of delicate questions which every woman, slnglo or married, ought to know about. Sent free, in plain wrapper to any address on receipt ol 21 stamps to cover mailing only, or in cloth binding for 31 stamps. one-ce- Why Suffer? Arc you ono of the thousands of women who suffer from female ailments? If so, don't bo discour aged, go to your druggist and get a bottle of Wmo of M .n - i f n.i..T rju ii. wrapper ure iuii directions ior use. I vjiuuui. uiu During the last half century, Cardui has been established in thousands of homes, as a safe remedy for pain which only women endure. It is reliable, contains no harmful ingredients and. can bo depend ed on m almost any case. CARDUI It Will Help You would wofk awhile and lio down. medicine." u.ry cardui. JS4 Mrs. Charles BraKc, of Swcctscr. Ind.. tried Cardni. She writes: "lonrnio cannot tell how much Cardui has dono for mc. Before I becan taking Cardui I could not do a day's work. I I shall always giva praiso to your real heart hunger has been answered. Over hill and down dalo flashes the Impulse that electrifies existence with tho thrla of human llfo touching other human Ufa. AT ALL DRUG STORES Brm of Fba-i- in foquq . Cm or Tdiiso, I f Uui cochtt. J. rHEXtr makrt mOi that h It arnlor partorr of tha arm of K. J. Cukvkt Jt Co.. doiox LiuiofM in the cur of TolrOo, Ctountr ami but. atnmakt and that Mkl firm wUl par Ui. turn of O.HK lirxiinEO HOLLARS lot Nth ami evrrr caan of C'atamh that cannot t curttf If tha uaa of lUUa Caraua Cvu. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to Wforv im and fubarrUxd In mr preacnea, Uu IUi day of PtcamUr, A. U. UM. Ohio W. OLEASOM. 1 NoiAtT rcsue. f Han't Catarrh Cum la taira tatemaUr asd ant efrrtUr upuo lh blood M tnucoua aurtact of tho trra. trat.m. buj for CO- - Tolado. O. r. J. CIICXEY . rVtid all rinmuta. 7x. tar cocttloaUoa. ?aAt UaU't t'auLf I .ili I A. .vTv:' rfjp' - . "n . . oeen prorea oeyonu su aouui mat . --vt- It Snake Story. "Before ho went flushing," said the town story-telle- need rotash in Sulfite form to produce sound, heivy tubers free from scab and rich in the sUrchy elements that nukes the mealy, well. Oivcrcd pctito that everybody likes and will pijr a little more to get. Potatoes Poth. ruct s "bo swallowed 'bout a pint an' half of snakebite rem edy, an' of course you know what that is? Well, after tho snake bit him. the reptilo cut all sorts o' capers, kaze tha remedy went straight to Its hoad. Last tiling It tried to do wuz to swal-le- r Its tall, an' it got Itself in the form of a hoop, an' I'm a liar et the chil dren didn't roll it around all day!" Atlanta Constitution. Rough on Itnts.unbcatableextcrmlnator Rough on Hen Lice, Nest Powder, 2Sc. Hough on Uedbugs, Powder or Llq'd,25c. Hough on Fleas, Powder or Liquid, 24c. Hough onnoachcs,Pow'd,15c,Llq'd,25c. Hough on Moth and Ants, Powder, 25c. Hough on Skeetcrs.agreeablc to use, 25c. E. S. Wells, Chemist. Jersey City. N. J. Good Roads Mean Money. Tho people need to bo educated to tho fact that money spent for good roads is not money thrown away, whereas money spent for makeshift Improvements is worse than thrown away. Loulsvillo Courier-Journal. Potash Pays Be inre tour commercial sr ALt r. L." fertffljtr Is balanced with it leatt 9 cent, of Sulfate ol Twa lbs. Sulfate of rotasb to each 100 Iba. ! fertHUer focreasc the Cot a ah total 1 prrfrnt. Snr1 Inp tllrmttirm aKii tAil iim. rntnitrM mnA fort III rrt 4ismtu vd fucru uj cassis U a. pr .'aH'l, Sl..l. bi . - SJ..... C A Certain cure for sore,weak & Inflamed Eyes. MITCHELL'S MAKES THE USE OF DRUGS UWNECE.SSARYI ALVE Price. 25 ConfciM: Pink Eye, EplxooM' Tor M(lllfnriMn(lM twi msMm tsm Naivm svf avnv avarfc sa.r ttxt mtA mm Liaukl. srlvon an tht tADiru) svMb on tha lUtXsd aUid Ul&lida-- i HBsli tMm frorr Um UxJy. inm imwDMr in twis sou ousrp sun MillOiC llvttoeat rsMuedT. Currs Ia iirlpp raooui be ivsurji larr ramcdr. boc lllsktwtU.Wn(lllOsidaBa. Cut thUout. tmmm It. Rhna UiVfMi rdnnrffHt. who wiiijsstltforiott. iaWiBHlf, ftntttrarwavrut CTItoavotii. DISTEMPER Shipping Fever i Catarrhal Fever avamnrsn polsoaoiu rmn' svo4 1'urt.4 SPOHH MEDICAL For Colds and Grlpp Hicks' Capudlne. Capudlne. t$icUl sarata wotd. Rhiirnlatsft unii CO,. Bcctorioiosltte AND USE DRUGS, itn iUt. GOSHEN, IND., U.S. A. two-ton- ltellevet the uchtnir and also. It'i Liquid UnVcti lmmdlaUly-l- J. U and too at Drue titcrta. WHY MEN DRINK THE KEELEY INS1ITUTE, AND HOW TO CURE OVR NKW AVENUE, llOOK TELLS HOT THEM ALL ADOOT IT, ARKANSAS 702 PAF1K SPRINGS, As the rose brentheth sweetness from its own nature, so tho heart of a benevolent man produccth good Dodslcy. workB. Hamlin Wizard Oil is over fifty years old nd, like an old friend, it can le depended upon jiut as purely as the family doctor wlio may be miles away. Tho spiritualistic medium finds no hidden treasure except in tho pockets of tho credulous living. This Trade-mar- k Diminales All Uncertainly it is an absolute guarantee of purity and quality. For your own in the purchase of naint materials, Shake Into Your Shoes why Kurprii ritoM a ror.n taken whrna l.wdropiof lrrj IwiU' the antiseptic powder Allen's In aiiiiia Dot water ur milk Ul brevuutUf cusy. It It makes tlKh.or nw ahoei feul iZic,(jdan4MMIiutiUa, AlalldMlcra. I a certain cum for sweating, callous and liot. tired, acWriK fei. Alwaya line It to Tho devilish thing about worry Is llreak In new ahova, Bold by nil DruKctata. Ko. Trial parkace mulled Vida, Addrrat that it never counts on God's help. Allen a. OIiimUmI, llloy, New York, Mr. Wtnatow'a Stiothlnc Syrnn. Country husbands are bctf vr trained Tor cblMrea teetbtna. aofteua tba vuraa, reducet 3uatwtua. Kver see a than town husbands. town husband carry a baby on the Tim true Christian docs a great many things ho does not havo to do. street? If Your Eyes Bother You The shadow of a trouble Is often get t box of I'lriTIT'S KYK SALVE, old blacker than the trouble Itself. reliable, most sueecaaful eye remedy made. All druggi't orllowiirdUro.,llulIao,N, V. Pr. rtsra'a PlMaaat Pallrla rentat aaa Inrlf. Koot-Knt- e, it is on the side of every keg of white lead jrou buy. lUIMUttlBCOWUT Tort 1M1 Trlaltf l.lW.i. protection, see Biecest organ of the body the and the most important got to be looked after neclect It's means sufTerinc and years of misery. CASCARETS help nature keep every part of your bowels clean and stronc then they act right njeans health to your whole body. m CARCARltTS inc a box (or aeek'a treat la ment. All bowels tbt woiij druetisu. Bixstst teller ilUoa boxes a monUk 30 ft. Bowels Just Lather and Shave NO HONING NO STROPPING 1 II WI lO 1 of thl. paper da. anything ahould iruiA upon II i KNOTJ THE WORLD 0"ER H Vk tued in ill columns haling Nhat they aik lor, rcliuiag all subAitutea ct imitatioiu. dr. I I I I Do God's will as he makes It kno"A will tako fo itrala atumarb, liver and txmela. uuygrauBUa. lEa.j Uitakeaicuudf t. and of Itself. man can pray right whllo ho lives wrong. No aud UauLflM th. hab. I IfaSllrlM u"ul. II a loiurtaut rrovth. aoi. at.i ifavar Talla to Oraj Hairfcala lia Voutbrul OelorT I if diMM a balr taUa, Oun. ClaaiMM HwndUa HAIR PARKER'S BALSAM ll.tr Thompson's Eye Watt' 0L W, N. U MEMPHIS, NO. IHf tin totapj-- " " rn " BoiiieuuiiK particularly attractive about tho Idea of ' r,ns for Klovo "'id lmndkerchlur inchets, nnd we clvc ... uetcn, an Idea that will bo found of value. luty mus- lu tho ao- - LliM1UloVBflllIiiei"JLl Bccauoo ot thoas ugly, srlzxly, pray holrs. Uso LA OREOLE" HAIR RESTORER. o PRIOB, Sl.oo, retail. t SENTENCE Vlil if l o Hair falling out? Troubled with dandruff? Want more hair? An elegant Does not Color the Hair IflgrCCllCfltS. Qulnln. Sodium ChtorM. cp'.itum. Clrtfrln.Alcohol. Wlrr. Prrfufn. AYER'S HAIR VIGOR SERMONS. MIIlCCiuft5; LK j vim, if f ir Thoy aro loynt to truth who llvo It. Tho only smllo that helps rises In drcilntf? Descrvo your wlfo's respect ami yo need not fear tho warld's opinion It up. the honrt. Newly aH vorrwa suffer soma pain at times, oua to tbo ailments pocutlftr to thetf tax. If yourtreubta Uyst ta a mild form, take Cardul to proveat It becoming more If you havo suffered serious. long ywrs, get Cardul at Um pefttttaetly and ooce. The gushing a A Sulphur. s.. II Lr.ji prettohor often loaves We believe doctor endorse this formula, or we would not put desert. Is DEMOCRATIC Mm.... evidence Does not Color the Hair J p. ATfn Onvrt'tT. AYER'S HAIR VIGOR tjwll. M It you do the best your clrcumstan con will allow you do well could do no moro. A homo with love, music linn only ono nngcls nn unrcllnbld Success ' of rlRhteoiiHiiess. Ho who For his cpreientativj. M make no frlomls has In himself. greatest foe Fravk n nunshlno and counterpart itvlUhelp you. roiiRh places Tho smoothed by soft soap. You aro never the For Sherifff COAT ' hen ven. l rf Clerk, Sprinkling Rates For 1909 I The sprinkling rate for the season, beginning May I st and ending November 1st, 1909, in residence section, is Thero In nothing moro beautiful thnu to see a hiiBbnnd and wlfi thoughtful for onch other's hnpplncss IIopo Is tho host mcdlclno In tho world, but doctors don't proscribe It Take cannot tell muoh nbnut goal of a llfo by Its speed. i circuit Court I lie ran neter bo n power with men who can reel no puy ror men. It does not take much millinery shut henreii from our eyes. to Mrs, L. EeSa, of Nev For Jailer, : :..:t becauso tho druggists don't keep It man must find It In his own hnrt or go without It entirely. A 4 A r 50 foot front and under . . . 8c for each additional foot. $6 $6 ?i Business house rate, each door i rrt No man or woman of tho humbUst sort enn really bo strong, gentle and puro find Rood, without tho world hi Ing hotter for It. without somebody bolrlg helped nnd comforted by the very oxUtenco of that goodness afflicted for Hartford, la, 24 years. She writes: "For tho past 24 years 1 havo been afflicted vtth vomb trouble, ln causing extreme In right aide and making altogether back I tried doctors Uf o a burden. and various other remedies Bervou-ness,pa- to A man's morality always depends on tho meaning ho sees In life. School Superintendent. It Is mighty hard to bu patient with the sins wo promote In others. i n SJcm County Alienor; County w heroes I fundamentally deficient In reverence. Ho who hns no l nis is payaoie in advance, ir you nave noTpaid, please don't sprinkle t 1 . 1 II" I Fralso your ohlldron for everything they do woll. rralso your wlfo for everything she i.oe8 well. Finally t began using Wine of Cardul. Flow I am will re rv cured. I cheerfully advise a! vomoa similarly amictea to By carwithout relief. Nothing ruins tho moral digestion quicker thnu splay conversation. Judge. '''ATI i if you would know the giving of happlnvis try the happiness of giving. The happiness of a homo depends not on what Is In It, but on what la In us. Chicago Tribune. NO County Attorney; dul." Sold everywhere. County Court aasr - Cleric Hickman Ice & Coal Co. INCOItrOIlATKl) "SANSPARIEL" FLOUR "CREAM OF THE WHEAT' Sold by most grocers. Every sack or barrel positively guaranteed or your money back. Nothing equal to it for fine pastry. Take no substitute. A less expensive but good flour is our high grade patent "STAR." Try it I Also corn chops, wheat bran ,etc. C. H. BESHERS, (Successor to Beshers & Jackson) MOSE BARKETT, Agent COAL! Now is the time to lay in your winter's supply of COAL. Don't wait until the cold wave flag reminds you of your negligence. sv COAL! Pittsburg Lump Coal Bon Air Lump Coal Tradewater Lump Coal Prices made on Domestic Nut, Blacksmith, Steam and Anthracite Coal, upon application. Hickman Ice & Coal Co. INCORPORATED. NOTICE: Your Water and Light rent is due on the FIRST OF EACH MONTH, and if not paid by the TENTH will be cut off. This took effect November 1, 1906. Pay at the Hickman Ice & Coal Co. office at the Ice factory. Office open from 7 a. m. until 6 p. m. any day except Sunday; and on the 0th and 10th of each month it is open until 9 p. m. Hickman Ice & Coal Co., Inc. A. O. CARUTHERS, Mgr. 1'ralso your husband for everything hi docs welt. his brothors and sisters, will carry in 1'ralso your brothers nnd Misters for to tho Ufa of tho world n spirit of everything they do well. helpfulness that will go far toward 1'ralso pcopol you employ for every dostroylng selfishness and sin. thing thoy do well. Fralso everybody for everything they do to mako tho world happier or Poverty. bettor. "Ulvo mo neither poverty nor rich os" Is a reasonable prayer. I'ovurty Is a great curse, dcsplto all tho flue It Is nil woll enough to practice sentiments wo hear about It from peo economy In tho household, and av ple In warm houses, who aro well fed Ing In tho kitchen soon tolls In the and bavo good clothes on tholr backs expense column; but tho most luv It embitters manhood; It suturate-- wo portant savins In nny household Is man's heart with gall. It bogetsonvy tho saving of tho wlfo nnd mother and frcttuluess with one's lot. It If no ono elso sees tho necessity of makes men roll fiery eyes and utter this branch of economy, tho wlfo and bard spevchos ou thu good of others mother should mako It her business t only because It Is not their own. It save herself, no matter what other furrows the faco of beauty with wasto occurs. "crow's feet," or tho unsoftened linos of care. It makes Its victims hard hearted, hard faced and quarrelsome Our BOy. In speech and conduct It robs the "Train up a child In tho way ho.should heart of all refining Influences by tak -go." lug away all means of culture. It puts "Don't send my boy where your Rlrl Intellectual taste on thu treadmill In can't go. quest of bread. "It mnketh oven a And say, "There's danger for boys. llttlo child with heavy sighs corn you know, plain." It chains a man's nobility to Decauso thoy all bavo their wild oats his stomach, which goads him to des- to sow. perrtlon by Its unappoased cravings Thero Is no moro excuse for my boy Yes, poverty will toughen tho fibres to bo low nnd bring n kind of your girl. Then please don't of endurance Than grim patience. It will mako our wills tell him so. moro determined and amperlous, but Don't send my boy whoro your girl It takes great graco to get out of It go; can't anything amiable, tender, loving and For a boy or girl, sin is sin, you hapwy. Tho soul Is not tortured into know. goodness. 'nd my baby boy's hands arc as O cloar and as white, Tinware and stow fixtures at Dot puro as your girl And his heart as tors worth & Frathor. tonight." Solomon did not set up ono stan dard for the. girls, and another for tho boys; bo says "train up a child." One child in tho dear homo nest Is as lovely to us as another, and yet there nro but few homos whoro tho boys aro as tenderly shielded as tho girls. Wo aro not qulto as careful to watch their dally formation of habits and tholr conversation as wo aro that of tho "girlies." Thoy aro more exuberant In spirit, and wo send thorn out of tho houso for tho sake of n,ulot after that tho girls may practico their music. And while tho latter aro busy with study and tho Taking Lydia E. Pinkham's beautiful sentiment of song, tho boys Vegetable Compound likely get Into mischief and rocelvo Columbus, Ohio. "I havo taken reprimand and punishment from thu Lydia K. Flnkham's Vegetable Com. pounu u u r i n g head of the houso. Or worso still, change of life. My fall In with a crowd of young Hither doctor told mo it men and wander with them along: tho was good, and slnco taking It 1 feel ho creek hearing much thoy ought not much better that I to hear. can do all my w ork So wo sco whllo tho girls bavo boon again. I think Lydia K. Finkham's gaining la things good uud beautiful, Veiro table Com- tho boys havo boon losing. When pound a lino remedy wo begin training? llegln whllo shall for all woman's I baby is In tho cradlo. Tho very way ssssssbsssssssIbbsssbsI troubles, and never forget to toll thoy hnndlu tholr toys can bo tuado done for me." what It object lessons of geutloncss und quiet my friendsJIANSOK, has Jiast XMUgbU, 801 Alia. K. behavior. Columbus, Ohio. Another Woman Ilolttcd. Wo ull need help and oncourago- passing Granltovillo, Vt. "I inent at times, and to whom shall wo throuKhtheChatiRoof Life was suffered and turn In tlmo of need It not to our own from nervousness and other annoying thoso who huvo tho sumo blood In symptoms. Lydia K. l'lnkiianrs vego. their veins, and who havo been table Compound restored my neaiinanu worth mountains brought up at tho sauio fireside? Un strength,toand proved tbo sake of other mo. For of gold fortunately many men and women Buffering women I am willing you havo found strangors moro ready to should publish my letter." Slits. help them than tholr own kinsmen, CiiAur.K Uaiiclay, K.F.D., Granite ville. Vt. but that does not alter thu Ideal reWomen who nro passing through this lationship, nor Is it uu oicuao for any critical period or who are suffering of us to treat our owu unkindly. Wo from any of thoso distressing Ills peto their sex should not loso sight should bo loyal, and tho sooner wo culiar fact of the that for thirty years Lydia learn to say as llttlo Ned, "I havo to :. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, my kin," tho bottor .will tho which is made from roots and herbs, lovo all world become. Tho world Is but u lias been tbo standard remedy for femalo Ills, In almost every commu. largo home, and tho child who learns nlty you will And women who have the gospel of lovo and loyalty At his been restored to health by Lydia Ji. mother's knoo, and prarttcea it anions J'inldiam's Vegetable Compound. s , REASON FOR IT. t IllLbl the Hk?rr-nrnrr- .i. LIIUDll I III; When Hickman Cltlxens Show Certain Wjy out. For Sheriff. it r Thero can bo no Just reason why any reader of this will contlnuo to suffer tho tortures of an aching back, tbo nnuoyanco of urinary disorders the dangers of d la botes of any Mdney Ills when relief Is so near at. baud nnd the most poiltlvo proof given that they cau be cured. Head that n Hickman cltlezn says: J. It. Wwitherly, TblrU and Ivy Sis . Hickman. Ky., says: "For some tlmo I was afflicted with a most annoying attack of kidney complaint. Tho kldnoy secretions were far too frequent In passing and I bad to get up some nights as often as soveu times. In the morning on arising I felt tired and little llko doing the day's work. I tried any number of remedies and doctored but to no avail. Finally Doan's Kldnoy Fills enmu to my notice and gutting n suit-pl- y at Helm & Klllson's drug store. I began using them. Three boxes restored my kidneys to u normal conmy general dition and improved health." For salo by all dealers. I'rlco 60 cants. Foster-Mllbur- For County JAME', I! LA Judge. For Jailer. m mi i ir r--t r9 to itartb vi'h agis you may " L H ... I .. . . I I I rlf j Jlllin J York, Co., Buffalo, Now solo agents for tho United n SUtos. Ilcmembor tho namo take no other. Doan's and 4 HER Inveterste Foe of the Weed. Kt Swinburne detested the practice of smoking. It la said that one day at the Arts club, after going from room Roonjs and Board to room In the vain hopo of rinding a clear atmoiphere to write In. he ex- oy r. inc u w claimed: "James I. was a knave, a tyrant, a fool, a llnr, a coward. Hut I love him, I worship him, because he Reasonable Rates 2 slit the throat or that blackguard. Ilalelgh, who Invented this flltky Cottage Hotel.,. II: tu, PHYSICIAN smokln" O DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED. by local applications, ns they cannot reach tho diseased portion of tho ear. Thero Is only one way to cure deaf uoss, and that Is by constitutional ADVISED Slogans s?r5 Sewing other, last lonr tbmuy other. ismorebeautifultW ttwwy rum lifter remedies. Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed condition of thu mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube Is Inflamed you have n rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, nnd whun It la entirely closed, Denf-nea- i Is tho result, mid unless tbo can bo takoti out nnd this tube restored to Its normal condition, bearing will bo destroyed forever; nine cuses out of ten nro caused by Catarrh, which Is nothing but an inflamed condition of tho mucous sur-fnco- s. lUchf any other, . vitrahM We will glvu Ono Hundred Dollars for any case of dcnfncHH (caused by catarrh) that cannot bo cured by Hull's Catarrh Curo. Send for circulars, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo.O. Sold by druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Fills fur constipation. O 5hFREB than any ia leis other- - 6b FREE i, eaaier to than any other. t5bFREE makes a more rrW Why wait till your friend dies and then plant flowers on his place of rost whllo ho sleeps on uucousclous of your uct? Why not plant flowers ulong his pathway In life! He needs them now, mure, possibly, than you think ho will not need them thou. O etitchtluaanyo t5bFREE i.thebe.tofJlw tmeJinoue. fRELSLWINGS yoit s AUK tf Ice Coupon Books charged to account will bo at the face value. No discount, allowed only for cash. Coal Co. Hickman Ioe w JlICKIliail ruimiuio a. wiir.i - lirillllllV nn 1111 . I